August 3rd, 1973 — The remains of King Edward High School on 12th Avenue just east of Oak Street which was destroyed by fire in 1973. Another photograph taken from the Goodyear Blimp. Below is what the school looked like in 1918 courtesy of the Vancouver Archives CVA 99-1296
August 3rd, 1973 — Log booms on the Fraser River photographed from the Goodyear Blimp.
November 30th, 2016 — This car with trailer was parked for days at a time at various locations along 16th Avenue near UBC last winter. It was home for someone.
March 20th, 2017 — Another west side Vancouver house soon to be demolished. This one in the 4800 block of Blenheim Street at 33rd Avenue.
May 10th, 1979 — Grace McCarthy walks through crowds of Social Credit supporters in the ballroom of the Bayshore Inn after the party’s 1979 election victory. The long time MLA from Vancouver known as “Amazing Grace” because of her work to resurrect the Socred party after its defeat by the NDP in 1972 died yesterday at age 89.
May 20th, 2017 — Foot passengers disembarking from the car deck of the Queen of Nanaimo at Long Harbour on the first day of a Salt Spring Island long weekend.
August 3rd, 1973 — Aerial photographs of False Creek taken from the Goodyear Blimp showing the tip of Granville Island on the bottom left, the CPR roundhouse middle left, and the old Cambie Street Bridge at the top. Below is the entrance to False Creek showing the Burrard Street Bridge, the long gone railway bridge, and the Granville Street Bridge.
August 3rd, 1973 — The pilot of the Goodyear Blimp as it flies over Vancouver. I actually got paid to take pictures like this. The good old days.
September 25th, 1973 — People on Prospect Point watch the freighter Erawan being towed into Vancouver harbour after it was rammed by the freighter Sun Diamond on a clear night off Spanish Banks at three in the morning. The heavy oil that leaked from the ship’s ruptured fuel tank covered the West Vancouver shoreline from Ambleside Beach to Point Atkinson.
May 18th, 2017 — This house on Keith Road at Taylor Way in West Vancouver has roof shingles made from old car tires.