Electra Building Built between 1955 and 1957, the former B.C. Electric/Hydro Building is one of the most striking buildings of the post-war building boom in British Columbia. Designed by well-known architects Ronald Thom and Ned Pratt of the pre-eminent local firm Thompson, Berwick and Pratt; this building is a choice example of West Coast modern architecture and was selected as a Recent Landmark of class “A” merit to be added to the Vancouver Heritage Register.
Demolition of the old Granville Street Bridge over False Creek VPL Accession Number: 13218 Date: November 1954 Photographer/Studio: City of Vancouver Engineering Department Content: New Granville Street Bridge erected beside demolished one. http://www3.vpl.ca/spe/histphotos/