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[Construction of Granville Square]

Item shows construction at Granville Square (200 Granville St.) as well as harbour with "Hong Kong Mail" and other ship in dock. Caption reads "Project 200 presents: your window on world commerce. Construction now at plaza level and the start of 30 floors. March 1971".

Looking N across harbour, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the North Vancouver ferry dock in Vancouver Harbour. Passengers on foot and in cars are pictured disembarking from a ferry. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway dock is also shown; a steamship is moored on its west side. North Vancouver is visible in the distance.

View of Vancouver Harbour from Tower Building

Panoramic view from taken from on top of the Tower building at 500 Beatty street looking northwest and northeast showing such sites as the Universal Knitting Company, the Bank of Hamiltion, Spencers Department Store, the Dominion Building, the Leckie Boot Company, Woodwards water tower, Orpheum Theatre, Pantages Hotel, McLennan and McFeely Co., Pier D, the Union Steam Ship dock and the wharves east and Brockton Point and Burrard Inlet in the background. Photograph also shows various billboards and painted advertisements such as Britannia Beer.

Port of the City of Vancouver. Isometric view from the south-west

Item is a set of maps printed on one sheet. The main map shows an isometric view of the port of Vancouver from Stanley Park through the Second Narrows Bridge (including North Vancouver). The perspective point appears to be located above the Granviile Street and West Georgia Street intersection. Note that the isometric view of locations west of Granville Street is from the south-east, rather than the south-west, as indicated in the title.
The map depicts the port infrastructure, including piers, drydocks and companies located in the port.

The inset maps are a key plan showing the location of the port relative to the Lower Mainland as a whole, and a larger-scale map entitled "Plan of the Port of the City of Vancouver from Coal Harbour to Second Narrows". It contains more detail about the names of the various piers, drydocks and companies and shows the North Vancouver port facilities as well as south shore ones.

Vancouver Harbour

Panoramic view showing Burrard Inlet including 42 ocean steamers in port of which 25 were for grain cargoes, 17 vessels at berth (not shown in photograph) and the Harbour Commissioners wharf and Grain Elevator No. 1 and log booms

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