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  • Bellevue Avenue at 13th
        Reclaimed railroad right of way for Pacific Great Eastern Railway through West Vancouver. Before construction of newly reopened PGE line, early 1950's, circa 1954. View east from 13th and Bellevue. Lions Gate Bridge is barely visible in background.
      Reclaimed railroad right of way for Pacific Great Eastern Railway through West ...
  • Railroad right-of-way
        View of railroad right-of-way looking east from 13th Street and Bellevue Avenue of cleared land before construction of railway. The railway was built by Pacific Great Eastern between 1953 and 1956.
      View of railroad right-of-way looking east from 13th Street and Bellevue Avenue ...




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McPhee Collection


This collection holds the works of local amateur photographer William (Bill) McPhee. Bill worked closely with West Vancouver Memorial Library staff in the late 1980s and early 1990s to document the changing landscape of West Vancouver. His straightforward documentary style focuses mainly on houses and businesses in the Ambleside and Dundarave neighbourhoods.