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Howe Sound - Burrard Inlet

Item is a topographic map in two sections showing British Columbia north of Burrard Inlet to Britannia Creek in the north, and from Howe Sound in the west to Indian Arm in the east. Map shows lakes, streams and other natural features; roads, railways, communication lines, cities and other built features; and land, timber, and mineral surveys by number.

Vancouver Harbour. British Columbia

Item is a map sheet containing three nautical charts. The main map shows English Bay and Burrard Inlet and the land bordering these bodies of water, including North and West Vancouver, Downtown Vancouver, the University Endowment Lands and Port Moody. Inset maps depict the north arm of Burrard Inlet and a chart showing Vancouver Island in relation to the B.C. coast and the state of Washington, U.S.A.

Vancouver Harbour, British Columbia

Item is a nautical chart of Burrard Inlet, including the southern portions of the North Arm of Burrard Inlet. The map shows depth soundings, harbour anchorages, headlines, beacons, buoys, bells, piers and wharves. The map also shows lot numbers, municipal boundaries and major street names of the southern portion of North Vancouver and the northern portions of Point Grey, Kitsilano, Mt. Pleasant, Fairview, Hastings Townsite, Burnaby and Port Moody from the Coquitlam municipal boundary in the east to the western boundary of the Vancouver harbour (between Point Atkinson and Point Grey) in the west. The item also includes a key map showing the location of the Vancouver Harbour in relation to northwestern Washington and Vancouver Island and an inset map showing lots surrounding the north arm of Burrard Inlet to the Inlailawatash Indian Reserve.

Plan of proposed dam, locks and wharves. Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet

Item consists of a design for a proposed dam and locks system to be located near the Second Narrows of Burrard Inlet. One side of the dammed area is marked "reclaimed tideflats available for industrial purposes," the other "land available for industrial or other purposes." Sites for warehouses are indicated on the dam.

Kilmer and Holland, Engineers and Surveyors

Airstrip at Brockton Point (day flyings)

Item is an architectural drawing which depicts the overall design of a proposed airstrip in Burrard Inlet at Brockton Point. The drawing also depicts the associated waterfront expressway feeding onto the Lions Gate Bridge and a 6-lane tunnel under the First Narrows.

Foundation of Canada Engineering Corporation

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