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Robson Street looking northwest from Eaton's Building

Item is a photograph of Robson Street looking northwest taken from the sidewalk next to the Eaton's Building (701 Granville Street). Golden Arts & Curios (720 Robson Street) is visible at the far left, the Bar-B-Q World Famous Delicatessen (904 Robson Street) is visible in the distant centre beyond the Howe Street intersection, and the Sheraton Landmark hotel is visible in the background.

Robson Plaza

Item is a photograph of the sidewalk, signage, and partial storefronts outside of Robson Plaza, on Robson Street, looking southeast. Signs and storefronts are visible for News Hour (1139b Robson Street), Equinox Gallery (1139a Robson Street), Robson Fine Art Print Centre (1137 Robson Street), and Ichophos (1135 Robson Street).

Corner of Powell Street and Carrall Street

Item part is a photograph of a street scene at Maple Tree Square, Gastown, looking east down Powell Street The Europe Hotel (43 Powell Street) is visible in the left background with the signage for The Boiler Room in the centre.

Seymour Street businesses across W. Georgia Street intersection

Item part is a photograph of traffic, pedestrians, and storefronts southwest along Seymour Street from across the W. Georgia Street and Seymour Street intersection. The Quadra Club (724 Seymour Street), The Pop-up Shop, Marine Garage Collision Repairs, and several unidentified establishments are visible along the southeast side of Seymour Street.

Robson Street looking northwest from Eaton's Building

Item part is a photograph of Robson Street looking northwest taken from the sidewalk next to the Eaton's Building (701 Granville Street). Golden Arts & Curios (720 Robson Street) is visible at the far left, the Bar-B-Q World Famous Delicatessen (904 Robson Street) is visible in the distant centre beyond the Howe Street intersection, and the Sheraton Landmark hotel is visible in the background.

The Danish Tea Room

Item part is a photograph of the front of the Danish Tea Room Ltd. (1068 Robson Street) from the sidewalk on Robson Street, looking northwest at the intersection of Robson Street and Thurlow Street in the background.

Corner of Thurlow and Robson Street, looking southeast on Robson Street

Item part is a photograph of a street and sidewalk scene southeast down Robson Street from the intersection of Thurlow Street and Robson Street. Signage and some storefronts are visible for many businesses, identified are: Olympia Oyster & Fish Market (1094 Robson Street), Phil's Sportswear (1092 Robson Street), Pizza Inn (1090 Robson Street), Feinschmecker Delicatessen (1080 Robson Street), Schnitzel House (1060 Robson Street), Continental Gem House (1056 Robson Street), White Spot (1025 Robson Street), and C.E.B.A. Import and Export (1053-67 Robson Street).

Robson Street sidewalk scene

Item part is a photograph of a street and sidewalk scene looking southeast down Robson Street from between Thurlow Street and Burrard Street. Signage and some storefronts are visible for many businesses, identified are: Galloways specialty foods (1084 Robson Street), Feinschmecker Delicatessen (1080 Robson Street), Schnitzel House (1060 Robson Street), Danish Tea Room Ltd. (1068 Robson Street), Continental Gem House (1056 Robson Street), and the European News & Import House (1044 Robson Street). The Toronto Dominion Bank tower (700 W. Georgia Street) and the Eaton's Building (701 Granville Street) are visible in the background on the left.

Hornby and Robson Street intersection

Item part is a photograph of the shops across the intersection of Hornby Street and Robson Street, looking northwest up Robson Street. Signage and storefronts of several businesses are visible: the Toronto Dominion Bank (1000 Robson), Murchie's Tea and Coffee Ltd. (1008 Robson Street), O'Brian Optician and Jewellers (1016 Robson Street), Happy Feet Shoe and Repair (1028 Robson Street), Schnitzel House (1060 Robson Street), and the European News & Import House (1044 Robson Street) on the left, The Card Shop (1001 Robson Street) and White Spot (1025 Robson Street) on the right. The Sheraton Landmark hotel and the Blue Horizon hotel are visible in the background.

Granville entertainment district from Granville and Robson Street

Item part is a photograph of the Granville entertainment district from the intersection of Robson Street and Granville Street, looking southwest down Granville Street. Visible in the photograph are automobiles and pedestrians, as well as signs for Mr. Jakes Charbroiled Steaks (831 Granville Street), the Orpheum (884 Granville Street), and the Vogue Theatre (918 Granville Street).

Water Street sidewalk, Barkerville Inn and Dominion Hotel

Item part is a photograph of a section of the sidewalk on the south side Water Street, looking east. Storefronts and signage for various establishments are visible on both sides of the street. On the right, across the street, the facade of the Old Spaghetti Factory (53 Water Street) and the signs for Design 21 (21 Water Street) and the Kego Club (21 Water Street) are visible. Along the sidewalk on the right is the Barkerville Inn restaurant (106 Water Street) and the Dominion Hotel (210 Abbot Street). The Hotel Europe (43 Powell Street, at Alexander) is visible in the background across Maple Tree Square.

Customer queue outside the Old Spaghetti Factory

Item part is a photograph of a queue outside of the Old Spaghetti Factory location in Gastown (53 Water Street), taken from across the street. Includes street view of automobiles and the front facade.

Customer queue outside the Old Spaghetti Factory

Item part is a photograph of a queue outside of the Old Spaghetti Factory location in Gastown (53 Water Street), taken from the sidewalk outside the building. Signage for the Gastown Wax Museum (21 Water Street) and the Kego Club (21 Water Street) are visible further down the sidewalk. The Hotel Europe (43 Powell Street, at Alexander) is visible in the background across Maple Tree Square.

Water Street from Maple Tree Square

Item part is a photograph of Water Street looking west from Maple Tree Square. Storefronts and signage belonging to Bootlegger (2 Water Street) and The Garage shops (12 Water Street) are visible on the south side of the street (left), and Brother Jon's Restaurant (1 Water Street), Gastown Wax Museum (21 Water Street), Kego Club (21 Water Street), and Old Spaghetti Factory (53 Water Street) are visible on the north side of the street (right).

Northwest on Robson Street near Burrard Street

Item part is a photograph of Robson Street roughly between Burrard Street and Thurlow Street. Pictured establishments include White Spot (1025 Robson Street), the Old Cheese Shoppe (1041 Robson Street), European News and Import House (1044 Robson Street), and Schnitzel House (1060 Robson Street), with the Sheraton Landmark and the Blue Horizon hotels visible in the background.

Robson Plaza

Item part is a photograph of the sidewalk, signage, and partial storefronts outside of Robson Plaza, on Robson Street, looking southeast. Signs and storefronts are visible for News Hour (1139b Robson Street), Equinox Gallery (1139a Robson Street), Robson Fine Art Print Centre (1137 Robson Street), and Ichophos (1135 Robson Street).

Customer queue outside the Old Spaghetti Factory

Item part is a photograph of a queue outside of the Old Spaghetti Factory location in Gastown (53 Water Street), taken from the sidewalk near the east corner of the building. Includes the front sidewalk, the awning leading to the entrance on the side of the building, and part of the parking lot. The signage for Trident Imports Ltd. (57 Water Street) is visible in the background.

Cars driving through Maple Tree Square outside the Hotel Europe

Item part is a photograph of automobiles driving through Maple Tree Square. The view is of the Hotel Europe (43 Powell Street, at Alexander) and looking at the Powell Street entrance to the square. Other identified establishments in the photo are Fulano imports (4 Powell Street), the Savoy Cabaret (6 Powell Street), and The Boiler Room.

B.C. / Expo '86 - aerials #1

This item consists of raw footage featuring B.C./Expo 86 aerials; shot in 35mm and transferred to one inch tape. Original negative no longer exists and only video footage survives. Some of this material was used in Yaletown Production's video postcard series. Includes nighttime footage of downtown Vancouver.

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