This is an interesting shot of Kelowna from 1946. It shows the Downtown, South Central and West Side areas before the bridge was built. The Okanagan Lake Bridge wasn’t constructed until 1958. Before then, a ferry was used to cross the lake.
This is the North End area of Kelowna, looking south-west towards the city, from 1951. It’s an interesting view of the warehouses and railways in the area.
This is a view of the Knox Mountain in the North End area of Kelowna from 1951. Some of the streets in the image are Wilson Ave, Cawston Ave, Coronation Ave, Clement Ave and Ethel Street.
These are part of the Kelowna Grower’s Exchange buildings in downtown Kelowna from 1951. The main intersection in the image is the corner of Ellis St. and Doyle Ave.
The city of Kelowna in 1948 is practically unrecognisable. The street at the front of the picture is Water Street. The next one back is St. Paul Street.