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The lower Fraser river valley region is the most populated region in western Canada

The lower Fraser river valley region is the most populated region in western Canada

Hell's Gate Airtram Going Over the Fraser River, British Columbia ~ "Taking one minute to descend and ascend, the Hell's Gate Airtram is one of two means to access the village alongside the Fraser River. Fitting up to twenty-five guests, the trams cross over the raging Fraser River below and offer spectacular views."

Hell's Gate Airtram Going Over the Fraser River, British Columbia ~ "Taking one…

Hell's Gate, Fraser River Canyon east of Vancouver, BC

Hell's Gate, Fraser River Canyon//Memories of trips to Hell's Gate as a child, we had a cabin near 100 Mile House and drove the Fraser Canyon twice a year.

Sturgeon from the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada. That big space between Washington and Alaska :) Big toothless fighters, catch and release. It's an adrenaline rush

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- Fraser River Lodge Resort British Columbia Canada, Vancouver - looking forward to checking it out tonight. Our clients have hired us to massage at their event! http://www.soulfulindulgence.com

British Columbia Fishing and Wilderness Adventure Resort

The Fraser River Valley Gold Rush

Three "Sixes" on Lytton Lillooet [Wagon] Road General material designation [ca…

Barkerville BC

Barkerville, Cariboo Gold Rush in British Columbia, Canada

Barkerville emerged as BC's largest mining town during the Cariboo Gold Rush. A lively place to visit in the summer months!

Salmon run - Fraser River, BC, Canada

Salmon run - Fraser River, BC, Canada

Vancouver BC  around 1946.  Looking North

Downtown is a tiny spec behind the vast South Vancouver foreground: City of Vancouver Archives

Picnic on the Fraser River, British Columbia. c. 1898. #Victorian #vintage #Canada

Item filed under Southlands. Pictured are the McCleery daughters from left to right, Emma Wood (neice of Robert Wood of Sea Island), Agnes Mary McC.

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Cariboo Wagon Road Above Spences Bridge along the Thompson River

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