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Job 131 - Transport Canada - Drainage and Integrated Land Use Investigation - Boundary Bay Airport - Vancouver

File consists of records created and accumulated by Gary Runka over the course of his consultancy work for Transport Canada for the "Drainage and Integrated Land Use Investigation - Boundary Bay Airport" project in Vancouver. This file was numbered as G.G. Runka Land Sense Ltd. client file #131; that client number may be seen referenced elsewhere in the G. Gary Runka fonds. The Land Sense Ltd. client files generally include records such as correspondence, contracts, invoices, project reports, publications, ephemera, memoranda, maps or map excerpts, legal documents, meeting materials, clippings, and handwritten notes. File also includes an accompanying oversize aerial photograph.

Former "A" Pier of the CPR

Photograph depicts the former "A" Pier of the CPR near the entrance to Coal Harbour. Undergoing dismantling or major renovation of the pier. The steam crane on a scow belonged to Vancouver Pile Driving and Contracting Co. Ltd. Left of the crane's jib was a new CPR rail slip in construction.

CPR line adjacent to the Immigration Building in Vancouver

Photograph depicts the CPR line adjacent to the Immigration Building at the foot of Thurlow Street. Former spur that led to Pier A is visible in the foreground. New track that led to a recently constructed rail barge slip was about to be laid across the road at the corner of the Immigration Building.

Goodyear airship

Photograph depicts a Goodyear airship travelling over Spanish Banks, Vancouver. It took part in the Abbotsford Air Show of 1971.

Goodyear Blimp

Photograph depicts a goodyear Blimp cruising over the Centennial Museum near Sunest Beach, False Creek, Vancouver. It came for the 1973 Abbotsford Air Show.

"Seabee Amphibian"

Photograph depicts a monoplane called the "Seabee Amphibian." It was a 3 seater and produced by the Republic Aviation Corp. About 10 of these aircraft were grouped together near the Vancouver International Airport on Sea Island. All were separately owned and in different finishes and states of care.

Foam pumper and truck

Photograph taken at the main main fire station on the site of the former RCAF station near the Vancouver Airport. Visible is foam pumper #2, operated by the Federal Department of Tranpsort, as well as a Sicard truck.

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