This is Victoria just west of Beacon Hill Park from 1954. You can still make out the Empress Hotel and the Parliament Buildings off in the distance.
This is Hastings Street in Burnaby from 1947. The street at the bottom of the image running left/right is Ingleton Avenue. Off near the top of the image, you can see the building which is now the Confederation Community Center on Willingdon Avenue. You also get a good view of Pender and Albert Streets.
This is the Park Royal Shopping Center in West Vancouver from 1959. Back then, only the “North Mall” existed. The “South Mall” didn’t open until 1978. You can also just make out the Toll Booths for the Lions Gate Bridge which weren’t removed until 1963.
This is the B.C. Forest Products Mill, and surrounding community, in Port Hammond (now Maple Ridge) from 1956.
This is Victoria from 1947. The area just North/East of the Johnson Street Bridge. You get a nice view of Fisgard Street, Herald Street and Chatham Street.
This is a view of Haney from 1954. It’s the area of what is now the Haney Bypass. The two streets that you see coming down toward the river are 223rd and 224th Streets. On the far right you can just make out the Port Haney Brick & Tile Company. What there was of “downtown”…
In 1951 when this stadium was first built, it was called Capilano Stadium, but in 1978 it was renamed to Nat Bailey Stadium. This photo is from 1953.
This is the Mount Pleasant area of Vancouver from 1958. The photo looks North towards Strathcona and Downtown East Side. You get a good view of Main Street, Kingsway and the train yards at Terminal.
This is the Eureka Sawmill with the city of Nanaimo in the background from 1947.
This is the Canadian Puget Sound Lumber Mill in Victoria from 1947. It’s located at the corner of Pembroke Street and Store Street.