train bridge, prince george, bc

When I lived in PG we used to nickname it the "Steel Bridge"

The intersection of Third Avenue at Dominion Street in 1964, featuring the Stand movie theatre.  August 1, 1964

The intersection of Third Avenue at Dominion Street in featuring the Strand movie theatre.

The Permanent Tower *  PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.  The thirteen-storey Permanent Tower, completed in 1976, is the largest office building in Prince George with a gross area of 192,000 sf. The roof over the main floor accommodation is landscaped to provide planting and seating areas for the building's tenants. The nine office floors above have uninterrupted views of downtown Prince George and are served by three elevators.

The Permanent Tower * PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. The thirteen-storey Permanent Tower, completed in 1976, is the largest office building in Prince George with a gross area of 192,000 sf. The roof over the main floor accommodation is landscaped to provide planting and seating areas for the building's tenants. The nine office floors above have uninterrupted views of downtown Prince George and are served by three elevators.

Our family business about 1957 in Prince George, BC. It burned to the ground 1964.

Our family business about 1957 in Prince George, BC. It burned to the ground

Harry Peterson built and owned Peterson's Esso Service, Highway 16, Prince George, BC

Harry Peterson built and owned Peterson's Esso Service, Highway Prince George, BC

Travellers on board the first PGE train to Prince George in 1952. My sister and I rode this very train from Quesnel to Prince George

Travellers on board the first PGE train to Prince George in My sister and I rode this very train from Quesnel to Prince George

Awesome pic!

Awesome pic!

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