Belle Vue Sheep Farm - San Juan Island National Historical Park (U.
The Bright Spot Restaurant was located at the corner of Union and Quadra Streets in Victoria.
Fable Cottage -- Victoria, British Columbia When people say fantasy house these days, they often mean mega-kitchen, great room and bathroom spas. Saanich resident Bernard Rogers built the real thing: Fable Cottage on the waterfront of Cordova Bay.
Woolworths and metropolitan Stores Douglas St Victoria BC
The Regiment on Parade in Victoria WWI BC Canada University of Victoria website
Does anyone remember playing to the "Barn on Blanshard"? Victoria Memorial Arena was built in 1949 and demolished in 2003 due to aging and being outdated. The replacement, Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre, now occupies the site. In 2004, the Jim Pattison Group agreed to pay $125,000 per year for 10 years to the City of Victoria for the Save-On-Foods name rights on Victoria’s new arena. https://www.facebook.com/PatrickSellsVictoria Patrick Novotny Victoria BC Real Estate Re/Max Camosun
McKenzie Avenue, looking East from Hwy with the South slope of Christmas Hill on the photo's left. Ed Lum's greenhouses can be seen in the foreground.
two Songhees paddlers in a northern-style canoe at James Bay, with Songhees people standing on shore James Bay, Victoria, 1875
Wooded Wonderland, Beaver Lake Park, Victoria, gateway to fun. just beyond the entrance there was a zip-line ride through the trees.
Now called Willows Beach, then called Oak Bay Beach
A brief history of the Empress Hotel, in Victoria, British Columbia. From a swampy piece of land grew a fixture of Victoria's inner harbour, however the hist.
View from the Beacon Hill, Victoria, looking South toward Port Angeles (Washington) and shows a steamship and sailing boats in waters of the Juan de Fuca Strait, with two men, a dog, and a group of cows in the foreground. Circa 1885.
BC – VICTORIA, Oak Bay Golf Links, Newport Ave., F. Gowen c.1919-1920 RPPC
Colour film footage of the (Old) Island Highway in 1938