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Man of the year 1
2000.13.1.60 · Stuk · 1964.
Part of Ray Williston fonds

Item is a photograph of Mr. Williston receiving the Man of the Year Award from the Newsmen’s Club of BC for outstanding achievement in public service. The award was presented by Dr. John B. MacDonald, President of UBC on November 7, 1964.

2013.6.36.1.010.73 · Stuk · Apr. 1966
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts a 3-truck Shay locomotive #115 , Railway Appliance Company, Vancouver Wharves Ltd. in North Vancouver. It was built by Lima Locomotive Works Inc. in October 1929 as works #3344. The 11 and the 5 of 115 are different castings, and the holes in the plate suggest the locomotive was #11 before.

2013.6.36.1.010.77 · Stuk · Apr. 1966
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts two 3-truck Shay locomotives, #114 and behind her #115, belonging to the Railway Appliance Company at the Vancouver Wharves Ltd. in North Vancouver. They are in daily or weekly use. Both were built by Lima Locomotive Works Inc. Locomotive #114 was built in July 1928 as #3320 and #115 was built in October 1929 as #3344.

CPR line in Vancouver
2013.6.36.1.015.03 · Stuk · 22 Oct. 1974
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the CPR line in Vancouver. Confusingly, the street is called "Mainland" but the box cars were spotted at the rear of 1152 Hamilton St. The nearest car is a Penn Central 167223, built in November 1972 and behind it is CP 165230 insulated box car. The view is looking northeast.

2013.6.36.1.015.06 · Stuk · 22 Oct. 1974
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the CP rail and the edge of the Homer St. warehouse complex in Vancouver. The view is looking northeast at the western end of Mainland St. The building is at #1152 Mainland St. The right hand track (man's shadow it) goes down Mainland and is in apparent use. The rail on the left hand track is dated 1938.

CPR line in Vancouver
2013.6.36.1.015.12 · Stuk · 22 Oct. 1974
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the CPR line approximately 100 yards south of the Richards and Pacific St. intersection in Vancouver. The waste ground on the right was formerly occupied by the Canadian Pipe Co., Canadian Wood Pipe & Tanks Ltd., and the Pacific Coast Pipe Ltd. from 1923-1972.

2013.6.36.1.015.14 · Stuk · 15 Oct. 1974
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts an unnamed harbour road that runs to the north of , and parallel to Water St. The trackage is connected behind the camera to a CPR depot and at the other end to the mainline. No spurs lead off to the docks. The track is not used but usable.

CPR False Creek yards
2013.6.36.1.015.31 · Stuk · [May 1971]
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the CPR False Creek yards in Vancouver. The view is looking northeast with the roundhouse immediately behind the camera. The switcher is moving on 180 degree loop.

2013.6.36.1.050.07 · Stuk · 6 Feb. 1968
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the Great Northern Railway station in main street Vancouver. Image captured looking west with the CNR trackage to the left. Lifted track in the foreground used to be depot track. Visible are switchers and a sand car found behind them.

CPR ferry ramp
2013.6.36.1.055.08 · Stuk · 23 Nov. 1968
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp just east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. On the adjustable ramp, it shows the gantry and barge connected. Cars were being unloaded off of a 18-car York Ltd. rail barge.

CPR line Vancouver
2013.6.36.1.055.37 · Stuk · 23 Nov. 1968
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts the CPR line on Thurlow Street, Vancouver. A new spur was about to be laid next to a recently built rail ferry slip.

2013.6.36.1.055.40 · Stuk · 23 Nov. 1968
Part of David Davies Railway Collection

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp, just east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. It was usual to offload two outer tracks followed by the center. These cars were heavily loaded with pulp from Harmac and they caused the barge to tilt. There was a concern that cars would foil the gantry when the unloading was taking place.