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66th annual general & professional meeting of the Engineering Institute of Canada [program]

Item is a pamphlet published for the 66th Annual General Meeting of the Engineering Institute of Canada. The front sheet of the unfolded brochure comprises information on the water system in Greater Vancouver, including text, photographs and statistics on the various cities in municipalities in the Greater Vancouver Water District. The reverse side of the sheet is a copy of a 1945 map of the Greater Vancouver Water District.

B.C. Electric Railway lines completed and under construction

Map shows B.C. Electric Railway lines completed (in red), B.C. Electric Railway lines under construction (in yellow), lot numbers and major roads in the Greater Vancouver area from Burrard Inlet in the north to the north arm of the Fraser River in the south and from New Westminster in the east to Point Grey in the west.

B.C. Electric guide to Greater Vancouver : Richmond transit system, downtown Vancouver transit system, street index, and general information

Part contains maps of the Richmond and downtown Vancouver transit systems, a street index to the Greater Vancouver map on the other side of the sheet, information on B.C. Electric transit routes, and general tourist information.

Canadian National Railways mountain region : Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a map showing major roads, highways, railways and industrial centres in the Lower Mainland (from Langley west). The map shows nine different railway lines and the Roberts Bank development, with land described based on four categories: First stage - causeway plus 50 acres; Federal government - ultimate development; Provincial government - reclaimed industrial land; and Provincial government - assembled land.

Canadian Pacific Railway lessee and exercising the franchise of the Vancouver and Lulu Island railway

Item is a sectional map showing the Eburne [Marpole] tyo New Westminster branch line of the Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway. The map also shows District Lot lot numbers and names associated with properties adjacent to the line.

Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Engineering Office

Capilano and Seymour water sheds

Item is a map showing Capilano and Seymour water sheds, reservoirs, pipelines, lot numbers and major roads in the area from Howe Sound to Port Moody and Britannia to Delta. The item includes information about the drainage area, annual precipitation and annual runoff associated with the Capilano and Seymour water sheds.

Commercial map of Greater Vancouver and district

Item is a map sheet containing two maps. The principal map depicts greater Vancouver, including portions of North and West Vancouver, Richmond and Surrey. The information depicted on the map includes streets, postal blocks, streetcar and railway lines, parks and golf courses, and schools. The map includes 1/2 mile distance circles centred on old City Hall at Main and Hastings.

The sheet includes an inset map of Granville Island. Depth of water given along shorelines of Burrard Inlet, English Bay, and along the West Vancouver coast from First Narrows to Howe Sound. The sheet includes an index of streets.

Commercial map of Greater Vancouver and district [assessment districts]

Item is a printed map of greater Vancouver which has been used as a base map. The base map is the 1924 version of the Commercial Map of Greater Vancouver and District. On this copy has been drawn the boundaries of districts, numbered 1-12; inside the drawn boundaries are each district's area in acrea, population and assessed value of property. While the base map is of the pre-amalgamation municipalities, the assessment districts (?) cover the entire post-amalgamation extent of Vancouver.

Commercial map of Greater Vancouver and district [planning]

Item is a printed map of greater Vancouver which has been used as a base map. The base map appears to be the 1929 version of the Commercial Map of Greater Vancouver and District. On this has been added pasted on pictures, arrows and other material that appears to be related to planning activities of some kind.

Composite aerial photographic map of the greater Vancouver area

Item is a map made up of a collage of aerial photogrpahs showing the greater Vancouver area bounded approximately by the North Shore Mountains in the north, the Gulf of Georgia in the west, the Burnaby-Coquitlam border in the east, and the Fraser River and parts of Surrey and Lulu Island (Richmond) in the south. Neither the photograph or who was responsible for the composite is identified.

Coquitlam

Item is a map showing topography, roads, trails, railways, bridges, boundaries, reserves, power lines, telephone lines, triangulation stations, camera stations, bench marks, houses, barns, mills, factories, schools, churches, post offices, telephone exchanges, mines and geographic features in the Pitt Lake area, including Coquitlam Mountain, Mount Blanshard, and Siwash Island. A small index map shows the area covered by the primary map in relation to other maps in the series.

Coquitlam

Item is a map showing topography, roads, trails, railways, bridges, boundaries, reserves, power lines, telephone lines, triangulation stations, camera stations, bench marks, houses, barns, mills, factories, schools, churches, post offices, telephone exchanges, mines and geographic features in the area of Indian Arm and Coquitlam Lake, extending south to Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, and the northeast part of Burnaby. A small index map shows the area covered by the primary map in relation to other maps in the series.

Dial map of Greater Vancouver and suburbs

Part contains a street map of Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Burnaby showing railways, hospitals, parks and block numbers. The map includes the printed portion of the dial (a numbered circle, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations), but no indicator is attached. A small inset shows the streets of Gleneagles in West Vancouver.

Dial map of Vancouver and suburbs

Part consists of a street map of Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Burnaby. Part includes the printed portion of the dial (a numbered circle, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations), but no indicator is attached.

General overview of high-tech industry demographics

Item is a map annotated to show technology industry activities in Lower Mainland municipalities. Categories of activity are design/fabrication, system design/consulting, research/development, education, fabrication/manufacturing, and other. Item includes a list of the number of firms in each location.

Generalized land use : Greater Vancouver Regional District

Item is a map showing the general patterns of development in the member municipalities and electoral areas of the Greater Vancouver Regional District as of June 1979. Land use has been categorized according to the following categories : rural residential; single family residential; medium density residential; high density residential; commercial; industrial; extractive; transportation, communications and utilities; institutional; recreational areas and parks; farm; and open and undeveloped areas.

Greater Vancouver

Map shows boundaries, lot numbers and major roads in Greater Vancouver (including West Vancouver, North Vancouver, the City of North Vancouver, the City of Vancouver, Coquitlam, Point Grey, South Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Surrey, Langley, Delta and Richmond).

Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley

Item is a pamphlet containing a map of Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley on one side and text promoting British Columbia and the services of Western Development and Power Limited on the other. Map shows the B.C. Electric railway line within the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley area, other railway lines, main roads, municipal boundaries, industrial sites, airports and ports. An inset map shows the total area served by B.C. Electric within British Columbia and the location of Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley within that area.

Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley

Part contains a map showing the B.C. Electric railway line within the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley area, other railway lines, main roads, municipal boundaries, industrial sites, airports and ports. An inset map shows the total area served by B.C. Electric within British Columbia and the location of Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley within that area.

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