This is the Canadian Puget Sound Lumber Mill in Victoria from 1947. It’s located at the corner of Pembroke Street and Store Street.
There will be a new category of posts for news and general updates which can be accessed from the top menu or from the “News” category. The first update I have is regarding paper prints. I’m going to be offering high quality paper prints for sale along with the digital images which are currently available….
This is the “Old City” area of Nanaimo from 1955.
Here’s another amazing image. Did you know there was a Ford Automotive Assembly Plant on Kingsway in Burnaby? The factory sat in the location now taken up by part of Metrotown Center. This image from 1958 shows the Ford Plant in all it’s glory. The street beside the plant is Silver Avenue and the street…
This is Penticton from 1948. The intersection at the bottom of the image is Main Street and Lakeshore Drive East.
This is a really amazing photo of a house fire in North Vancouver from 1951. It must have been flown VERY low. It’s the most detail I’ve seen out of any air photo so far. The house fire is near the corner of St. Andrews Avenue and East 4th Street. Further up the hill you…
This is a bit if a higher up shot of Victoria’s Inner Harbour from 1951. You get an excellent view of the city and houses surrounding the downtown core. Check out the ships in the harbour.
This is a subdivision in Victoria from 1947 that is under construction. The street running diagonally through the image from the left is Tolmie Avenue. The houses under construction are on Alder, Reed, Rutledge, Yew and Glasgow Streets.
This is Victoria from 1954. The image doesn’t quite have the clarity of some of the others, but still interesting to see this part of town.
This is the English Bay area of Vancouver from 1954. A beautiful sunny day and the beaches are packed.