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City of Vancouver Archives technical and cartographic drawing collection Fraser River (B.C.) Item
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Fraser River Delta, British Columbia

Item is a geological and topographic map covering the area of the Fraser River delta and most of the Greater Vancouver area. Map shows age and content of surface deposits; bedrock outcroppings, marshes, streams, banks and other geological features of the area; oil and gas wells and proposed drilling sites; and city streets, railways, bridges, and other built features. Includes a profile corresponding to two sections on the map: Ambleside to Vanier Park and Burrard Inlet at Burnaby Mountain to just south of the Brunette River.

Fraser River Delta, British Columbia

Item is a map of the Fraser River and Lower Mainland showing the following: roads, electric railways and tramways, bridges, churches, schools, post offices, cemeteries, international, municipal, township and city boundaries, wharves, lighthouses, triangulation stations and boundary monuments. Map gives topography of the land and shows water lines, tidal flats and intermittent streams.

Sketch of the upper part of the Fraser River from Langley to Yale

Item is a modern reproduction of an Admiralty map showing landmarks, geographic features and First Nations settlements along the upper part of the Fraser River from Langley to Yale. The map includes five illustrations of various locations along the river, which correspond to locations noted on the map. The illustrations are labeled: View A - Fort Yale, View B - Emery Bar, View C - Mouth of the Quequealla (Coquihalla River?), View D - Cornish Bar and View M - Entrance of river, Mount Blanchard in the distance.

United Kingdom. Admiralty