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Patullo Bridge, New Westminster

Photograph depicts the rail connections below the north bank of the Patullo Bridge in New Westminster. The track in the foreground belongs to C.N. and the flyover foreground rail bridge belongs to the B.C. Electric Railway. The flyover background rail bridge is shared by the Great Northern Rail and C.N. Rail.

Windsor Hotel at Fort Steele

Photograph depicts the Windsor Hotel at Fort Steele, 10 miles northeast of Cranbrook. It was built in 1895 by Robert D. Mather and originally was called Dalgarno House. It is being renovated as a village museum.

Pier B of C.P.R. in Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph depicts Pier B of C.P.R., just west of the C.P.R. railway station. This is the only pier accessible to ocean going passenger liners and is used by P&O vessels. Facilities generally in adequate for the 1960s.

House in Delta, B.C.

Photograph depicts a house on Ladner Trunk Rd. in Delta, B.C. It is in the northeast corner of an intersection with the road leading to the Canadian Army Signal Station.

Settler's log cabin on the Sechelt Peninsula

Photograph depicts a settler's log cabin, about 1 mile from the main road of Sechelt Peninsula and on the side road leading to Gordon Bay, at a point where a small stream cease to be tidal. Vertical cracks in logs stuffed with rags and horizontal cracks filled with cement.

Brick works at Haney, B.C.

Photograph depicts the brick works at Haney, B.C., within 100 yards of the Fraser River. Current production appeared to be bricks, tiles, and flowerpots. There is a disused railway spur in the works

Wharf at Lang Bay, B.C.

Photograph depicts a wharf at Lang Bay, 14 miles southeast of Powell River. In fair repair, now used only by an oil company to pump in oil to a storage depot behind the camera.

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