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Salmon can from the first cannery in Alaska, in Klawock, on Prince of Wales Island. Hand soldered and labeled, ca. North Pacific Trading and Packing Co. Vintage Tins, Vintage Labels, Tin Containers, Vintage Fishing, Stamp Collecting, Alaska, Crates, Salmon, Enamel Ware

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Salmon can from the first cannery in Alaska, in Klawock, on Prince of Wales Island. Hand soldered and labeled, ca. 1890s. North Pacific Trading and Packing Co.

 My grandfather, Alec Blyth, was the cannery manager back when it was in operation. Before the road was put in, he used to walk the railway tracks to work from Port Edward. O Canada, Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, North West, Alaska, Warehouse, Places Ive Been, Terrace, North America

Port Edward

This photo from British Columbia, Western is titled 'North Pacific Cannery'.

The North Pacific Cannery, near Prince Rupert, is a National Historic Site that welcomes visitors from around the world to experience the most complete century salmon canneries remaining on the West Coast. Canada Travel, Us Travel, Historical Sites, Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, Bellisima, West Coast, Alaska, 19th Century

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The North Pacific Cannery, near Prince Rupert, is a National Historic Site that welcomes visitors from around the world to experience the most complete 19th century salmon canneries remaining on the West Coast.

North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site (Port Edward, British Columbia) - the cannery was established in 1889 and is the oldest remaining fish cannery on the west coast of North America. Salmon Run, Vancouver Island, Canada Travel, Historical Sites, British Columbia, West Coast, Places Ive Been, My House, North America

Heritage of Salmon Canning - North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site

background of the west coast fishery Salmon canning has been an important economic force on the West Coast since the mid to late 19th century. Enterprising individuals built salmon canneries along the coast, numbering over 200 in the industry's heyday. These canneries were built to exploit the untapped resources of the huge salmon runs

North Pacific Cannery Prince Rupert, BC Canada Places Ive Been, Places To Go, Charlotte City, Haida Gwaii, Bahamas Cruise, California Travel, Archie, Pacific Northwest, British Columbia

Prince Rupert ohne Regen

Prince Rupert, Nordwestküste von B.C.: 300 Regentage pro Jahr. "Canada's wettest city". Oder doch nicht?? Fotos von Prince Rupert im Sonnenschein.

The North Pacific Cannery on BC's north coast - first founded in 1888, it's one to put on the list when you're in Prince Rupert.  (Photo: @julescrawf via Instagram)  #exploreBC #explorecanada Alaska, Vancouver City, North Coast, Founded In, British Columbia, Places To See, Prince, Stairs, Canada

Instagram post by Destination British Columbia • Apr 23, 2015 at 6:13pm UTC

The North Pacific Cannery on BC's north coast - first founded in 1888, it's one to put on the list when you're in Prince Rupert. (Photo: @julescrawf via Instagram) #exploreBC #explorecanada

Abandoned fuel depot, North Pacific Cannery, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, 2011. Canada Travel, Us Travel, Charlotte City, Haida Gwaii, Archie, Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, North West, Abandoned

Abandoned fuel depot, North Pacific Cannery, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, 2011.

North Pacific Cannery, Port Edward, An original 1889 cannery village - the most complete salmon cannery on the entire west coast of North American. Canada Travel, Us Travel, Pacific Northwest, West Coast, Salmon, The Neighbourhood, Prince, American, The Originals

North Pacific Cannery, Port Edward, #BC An original 1889 cannery village - the most complete salmon cannery on the entire west coast of North American.

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Romantic Nautical Port Edward British Columbia Wedding North Pacific Cannery

Canada I have a crush on you, seriously. You're lush, you're green, you have beautiful backdrops and your coastal/lake areas are pretty much the stuff dreams are made of. When Nicole Searle & Nick Brown's gorgeous North Pacific Cannery wedding in Port Edward British Columbia hit my inbox, it was an instant YES on so many levels! Nestled sweetly into a bay along the Hecate Strait, Port Edward evokes the perfect sleepy mountain rich fishing village persona we often see replicated on TV. Rich…

Romantic Nautical Infused Port Edward British Columbia Wedding At The North Pacific Cannery British Columbia, Nautical, Romantic, Wedding Dresses, Persona, Fishing, Mountain, Ocean, Autumn

Romantic Nautical Port Edward British Columbia Wedding North Pacific Cannery

Canada I have a crush on you, seriously. You're lush, you're green, you have beautiful backdrops and your coastal/lake areas are pretty much the stuff dreams are made of. When Nicole Searle & Nick Brown's gorgeous North Pacific Cannery wedding in Port Edward British Columbia hit my inbox, it was an instant YES on so many levels! Nestled sweetly into a bay along the Hecate Strait, Port Edward evokes the perfect sleepy mountain rich fishing village persona we often see replicated on TV. Rich…

Romantic Nautical Infused Port Edward British Columbia Wedding At The North Pacific Cannery Fishing Villages, British Columbia, My House, Nautical, Romantic, Patio, Persona, Outdoor Decor, Mountain

Romantic Nautical Port Edward British Columbia Wedding North Pacific Cannery

Canada I have a crush on you, seriously. You're lush, you're green, you have beautiful backdrops and your coastal/lake areas are pretty much the stuff dreams are made of. When Nicole Searle & Nick Brown's gorgeous North Pacific Cannery wedding in Port Edward British Columbia hit my inbox, it was an instant YES on so many levels! Nestled sweetly into a bay along the Hecate Strait, Port Edward evokes the perfect sleepy mountain rich fishing village persona we often see replicated on TV. Rich…

Heritage of Salmon Canning - North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site Alaska Trip, Alaska Travel, Salmon Run, Historical Sites, Touring, Trips, Prince, Museum, Canada

Heritage of Salmon Canning - North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site

background of the west coast fishery Salmon canning has been an important economic force on the West Coast since the mid to late 19th century. Enterprising individuals built salmon canneries along the coast, numbering over 200 in the industry's heyday. These canneries were built to exploit the untapped resources of the huge salmon runs

A lovely view of the inverness passage from the loading dock at North Pacific Cannery. Men In Kilts, Inverness, Historical Sites, Scotland, Scenery, Mountains, Nature, Travel, Naturaleza

A lovely view of the inverness passage from the loading dock at North Pacific Cannery.