Photograph depicts the C.C.G.S. "Vancouver" launched about two minutes previously and about 400 yards from Burrard Dry Dock in North Vancouver. The photograph was taken from the sailing dinghy "Ceiriog".
Photograph depicts a Canadian National Railway (CN) steam pile driver and steam generator used to make pile bridge over Mosquito Creek in North Vancouver, to increase the Pacific Great eastern trackage by one more set of tracks.
Sign says "Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company - Explosives - Handle Carefully - Keep Fire Away - North Vancouver Station June 25 1969". Also includes condensed rules for handling cars with explosives.
Photograph depicts an abandoned brick burner now used to take excess steam blowing off from the wood fired double boiler. The burner is at the Horne Bros. Ltd. Shingle mill on #305 West Esplanade Rd. in North Vancouver.
Photograph depicts a steam crane in the yard of the Lions Gate Lumber Co. on the foot of Lloyd St. in the North Vancouver. It has been freshly painted with a yellow exterior, white interior, and black boiler.
Photograph depicts a steam crane in the yard of the Lions Gate Lumber Co. at the foot of Lloyd St. in North Vancouver. The crane was made by the Brown Hoisting Machinery Co. in Cleveland, Ohio and is undated. It has a 20 ton capacity, is well mai...
Photograph depicts a steam crane in the yard of the Lions Gate Lumber Co. at the foot of Lloyd St. in North Vancouver. It is used to load scows from stacks shown to left and right of track. Thick baulks of timber on edges of pier are part of a saf...