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Hudson's Bay Company alight on the northeast corner of Georgia Street and Granville Street, 1936.

Hudson's Bay Company alight on the northeast corner of Georgia Street and Granville Street, 1936, W J Moore

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False Creek in its pre Granville Island industrial days, photo by Al Ingram, City of Vancouver | by vancouverbyte

False Creek in its pre Granville Island industrial days, photo by Al Ingram, City of Vancouver

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[Aerial view looking east over Stanley Park, Coal Harbour and Burrard Inlet], 1926 City of Vancouver Archives

[Aerial view looking east over Stanley Park, Coal Harbour and Burrard Inlet] - City of Vancouver Archives

[Aerial view looking east over Stanley Park, Coal Harbour and Burrard Inlet], 1926 City of Vancouver Archives

Archive Photos of the Day: Vancouver Snow Photos » Vancouver Blog Miss604 #Vancouver #Snow #Photos 1936 and earlier.

Archive Photos of the Day: Vancouver Snow Photos

The Lower Mainland received a healthy dose of snowman-worthy snow over the last few days and although much didn't stick downtown, I found evidence in the Vancouver Archives that such wasn't always the case. Downtown Vancouver has definitely seen its share of snow days over the last century: Vancouver Snow Photos 1937: Courthouse (now Vancouver Art Gallery) lion in the snow. Photographer: James Crookall. Archives# CVA 260-787. 1916: Courthouse (now Vancouver Art Gallery) covered in snow…

This is what #Gastown looked like 135 years ago. #Vancouver

What Gastown Looked Like 135 Years Ago - 604 Now

Today, Gastown is one of the trendiest areas in the downtown core—bustling with fashion boutiques, restaurants, nightclubs, professional offices and housing; both old and new....

651 Richards Street, 1890s Source: Photo by Charles S Bailey (cropped), City of Vancouver Archives

Past Tense

images that may or may not be historical, related to vancouver, or my wordpress blog, past tense. You can also follow me on twitter. Most of these images were found online. If any belong to you, you...

Vancouver in 1915 - Passengers boarding a North Vancouver ferry. Archives# SGN 1124.

15 Photos of Vancouver in 1915

There is just over a week left in 2014 and as we look back at the year we just had, and look forward at what might come in 2015 -- and we all still await hoverboards as shown Back to the Future's version of 2015 -- I thought I would time hop back to Vancouver in 1915 to see what life was like 100 years ago. 15 Photos of Vancouver in 1915 In 1915 Vancouver saw the last spike of the Canadian Northern Railway (running from Quebec to Vancouver) driven at Basque, BC, near Ashcroft; the Vancouver…

SW Corner of Georgia & Burrard - 1900's/2010.....This church is long gone, as are the surrounding houses and this is what this busy corner of downtown Vancouver looks like today.

SW Corner of Georgia & Burrard - 1900s/2010

This church is long gone, as are the surrounding houses and this is what this busy corner of downtown Vancouver looks like today.

Construction of Lions Gate Bridge (Vancouver, BC)

Lions Gate Bridge Construction Photos

Lions Gate Bridge Construction Photos from the City of Vancouver Archives

Construction of Lions Gate Bridge (Vancouver, BC)

Lions Gate Bridge Construction Photos

Lions Gate Bridge Construction Photos from the City of Vancouver Archives

vanc bc thompson george 1940's

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Vancouver History: English Bay Pier

Vancouver History: English Bay Pier

Vancouver's English Bay Pier was built in 1905 and was demolished in 1938.

Main and Hastings in the early 1900s - curated by Steve Attard ➡️ www.steveattard.com/ | Vancouver Family Photographer | Family Photos | Family Photography | Photographer in Vancouver B.C.

30 Incredible Pictures of Vancouver's Past | slice.ca

In 2015, we featured a gallery of historical images of Toronto. This time we head to the West Coast and dig through the City of Vancouver's archives for our blast from the past. If you've been to Vancouver or live here, some of these images will blow your mind. And, if you really like one of these pictures, you'll be happy to know that you can buy prints from the City of Vancouver's archives department.