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Aerial view of Neptune Terminals

Item is a photograph showing Aerial view of Neptune Terminals on the north shore of Vancouver. Photo was taken from Harrison Airways Cessna I72 piloted by Hugh Fraser.

Aerial view of three bridges at Second Narrows

Item is a photograph showing an aerial view of three bridges at Second Narrows. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Three bridges at Second Narrows will soon be down to two as old structure (centre) is slated for demolition. Rail traffic which once used old bridge now travels over CN rail bridge which was completed last year. Aerial photo was taken from Harrison Airways Cessna 172, piloted by Hugh Fraser."

Air Canada flight attendant, Judi Robertson, holding live lobster

Item is a photograph showing Judi Robertson, an Air Canada Flight attendant holding a lobster. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Snappy passenger with enormous claws is nippy enough to scare Air Canada stewardess Judi Robertson, 24. Lobster is part of a regular shipment flown to west coast every week from Atlantic breeding grounds."

Bill Taylor in manhole taking lunch break

Item is a photograph showing Bill Taylor emerging from manhole to eat his lunch. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Sidewalk lunch . . . for B.C. Tel line splicer Bill Taylor as he surfaces for midday break at corner of Keith and Gladstone. He is on job splicing a 2,200-pair cable that will serve rapidly-growing Deep Cove area.

Billboard with Vancouver Express ad affixed

Item is a photograph of a billboard with additional letters and a Vancouver Express advertisement affixed. Billboard originally read "We miss you, too…", with the letters glued to the photograph now says "We'll miss you, too..!"

Brad Griffiths water skiing at Deep Cove

Item is a photograph showing Brad Griffiths water skiing at Deep Cove. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Slashing through a gate, 15-year-old Brad Griffiths of the Vancouver Water Ski Club puts in a few runs on the slalom course at the club's Deep Cove course in preparation for the organization's international tournament to be held at the end of the month at Deas Slough. The event, part of the B.C. Festival of Sports, will attract the best water skiiers, jumpers, and trick skiiers in North America. The tournament will be held May 30 and 31.

C.P. Air's newly built three jet hangar

Item is a photograph showing the newly built C.P. Air hangar. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Enormous new hangar, the largest in Canada accommodates three jets at CP Air's new $24 million Vancouver airport operations centre. Servicing-office complex covers an area equal to three football fields. Immense building is already being used and is scheduled for official opening later this month."

Captain E.D.H. Riddlesdell

Item is a photograph showing Captain E.D.H. Riddlesdell holding binoculars. Text affixed to back: "Captain E.G.H. Riddelsdell, master of P & O's largest passenger liner, the 45,000 ton Canberra made his last official call at the port of Vancouver Saturday. The captain will retire when Canberra reaches Southampton on May 14. He first went to sea in 1926 and joined the Orient Line in 1938 commanding his first ship the Orontes in the same year. Subsequent commands have been on Orcades, Orsova, Oriana and Canberra and on numerous Royal Navy ships during the period 1939 to 1947."

Centennial Museum and Planetarium complex with mountains in background

Item is a photograph showing the Centennial Museum and Planetarium complex with mountains in background. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Snow-flecked mountains on the North Shore and busy high-rise construction in the West End provide the background for the graceful sweep of the Centennial Museum and Planetarium complex, one of the top city attractions for tourists."

Child offering her shovel to construction crew digging conduit trench along Mt. Seymour Parkway

Item is a photograph showing child offering her shovel to construction crew digging conduit trench along Mt. Seymour Parkway. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Tiny tot ready to lend a hand is Sandra Anderson as construction crew excavates deep trench and installs conduit for a B.C. Tel underground cable project along Mt.Seymour Parkway in North Vancouver. Accepting toy shovel is Martin Vanderzwan."

Contestants in Miss Burnaby contest

Item is a photograph showing contestants from the Miss Burnaby contest. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Last in line for the photograph, but first in the Miss Burnaby contest Saturday night is 18-year-old Melodie Spring, far right. The other competitors, from left, are: Ruth Anderson, 18; Jane Hodge, 17; Jo-Ellen Eastman, 17; Peggy Fraser, 20; Veronica Porter, 18; Denise Fouchard, 18, and Sharon Bradbury, 19."

Couple sitting on Stanley Park Seawall

Item is a photograph of a couple sitting on Stanley Park Seawall, Lions Gate Bridge and mountains in background. Caption from Vancouver Express: "When it's spring in February, a seat on the seawall in Stanley Park is a pleasant way to pass the time."

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