This week’s “Then and Now” collage includes photos that have all been taken from City Hall, in the 1940s, 1960s, and 2015.

This week’s “Then and Now” collage includes photos that have all been taken from City Hall, in the and

Looking northeast over downtown West End Vancouver from the Baptist Church at Burrard and Nelson, around 1926, with the courthouse, Hotel Vancouver and the Vancouver Block.

Looking northeast over downtown West End Vancouver from the Baptist Church at Burrard and Nelson, around with the courthouse, Hotel Vancouver and the Vancouver Block.

Cordova Street tram, Tuesday 1 July 1890. City of Vancouver Archives # 1376-375.20 (cropped).

Cordova Street tram, Tuesday 1 July 1890 Source: City of Vancouver Archives (cropped)

City Hall, 1901 425 Westminster Avenue, the northwest corner of what’s now Main and East Pender, looking kind of spooky. It must’ve been October. Source: Photo by Richard H Trueman, City of Vancouver Archives #City P47

City Hall, 1901 425 Westminster Avenue, the northwest corner of what’s now Main and East Pender, looking kind of spooky. Source: Photo by Richard H Trueman, City of Vancouver Archives

Vancouver General Hospital ambulance, 1902 Source: City of Vancouver Archives #Trans P116

[A horse-drawn Vancouver General Hospital ambulance] - City of Vancouver Archives

1920s – Princess Theatre at 55 East Hastings.

earwigbiscuits: “ The Princess Theatre, 55 East Hastings, perhaps sometime in the ”

A postcard from John Mackie collection. Front reads: Pier English Bay, Vancouver, BC.

English Bay Pier from Beach Avenue

Granville & Robson, c.1930

"Granville Street Looking North from Robson Street, Vancouver, B." View looking north into the of Granville Street from the intersection at Robson Street in Vancouver, BC.

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@the.metropolis #vancouverisawesome

Looking north on Howe Street from Dunsmuir Street towards North Vancouver, 1929 by frank leonard. Burrard Building under construction on the left.

Looking north on Howe Street from Dunsmuir Street towards North Vancouver, 1929 by frank leonard. Burrard Building under construction on the left.

Postcard: Georgia & Howe, c.1950 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Vancouver Hotel is dominant mid-ground. Former Court House on left is now Vancouver Art Gallery... Larger building on middle right is former Georgia Hotel. Note empty lot in foreground where Eaton Centre was later built.

Courthouse, Hotel District, Georgia St, Vancouver, Canada Poster Print By Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection X

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