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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.

Composite industrial map of metropolitan area : Lower Mainland, British Columbia

Item is a map showing railroads, main traffic arteries, new housing developments, lot numbers, municipal boundaries and industrial areas in Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Delta, Richmond and Surrey. Industrial areas are categorised according to the following: existing heavy industry, potential heavy industry, existing light industry and potential light industry. The item also includes a breakdown of industrial areas by acreages.

Composite industrial map of the metropolitan area, Lower Mainland, British Columbia

Item is a map showing areas either occupied by industry or zoned for industry in the following municipalities of the Lower Mainland: Vancouver, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey and West Vancouver. Industrial areas are categorized as either light or heavy industry. New housing developments, main traffic arteries, railways and municipal boundaries are also indicated.

Corporate demo tape

Item is a Yaletown Productions demo tapes with segments from programs produced. Includes brief advertisements for Vancouver Helicopters, TCG International, NORSAT International, Petro Canada, CAATS [Canadian Automated Air Traffic System], and Speedy Auto Glass.

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.

Metropolitan Vancouver

Item is a map showing the locations and names of major businesses and corporations in the Greater Vancouver area. The map also shows major roads, highways, railways and proposed highway routes. 5 mile and 10 mile radius circles are depicted around the "geographical centre of metropolitan Vancouver." Map background is a mosaic of aerial photographs.

Vancouver, B.C. 1890 : built-on area

Item is a map showing downtown Vancouver and a portion of east Vancouver. City blocks, buildings and railway lines are shown. Annotations in pencil mark the location of Granville Bridge, Main Street Bridge, the Vancouver Lumber Company, the Canadian Pacific Railway station, the Hastings Sawmill, False Creek and Burrard Inlet.

Holdsworth, Derek

Vancouver, British Columbia : [urban analysis maps]

Maps show land use, land slope and elevation, density of buildings, structural material of buildings, height of buildings, water supply systems, sewage systems, electric power systems, gas trunk systems, population distribution, daytime population distribution, dwelling units, schools, hospitals and doctors, land transportation, port facilities, food manufacturing, textile manufacturing, wood product manufacturing, metal product manufacturing, transportation equipment manufacturing, non-metallic mineral and chemical products manufacturing, retail and wholesale food enterprises, retail and wholesale building materials enterprises, retail and wholesale drugs, general merchandise, apparel and accessories enterprises, retail and wholesale clothing and shoes enterprises, retail and wholesale furnishing enterprises and hotels and eating places in the Greater Vancouver area (including West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, the northern portion of Richmond and the western portion of Coquitlam). Much of the data for these maps was derived from the 1961 census of Canada.