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  • Ambleside Slough
    Image       View of former Pacific Great Eastern Railway bridge across Ambleside Slough.Original photographers note: Another view of the ruined bridge that once carried the P.G.E. railway tracks over Ambleside Slough in West Vancouver, B.C. The slough, long a refuge of many varieties of birds, is now the scenes of a new ...
    Image     View of former Pacific Great Eastern Railway bridge across Ambleside Slough.Original photographers note: Another view of the ruined bridge that once carried the P.G.E. railway tracks over Ambleside Slough in ...
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway
    Image       View of concrete pillars during construction of bridge over Capilano River.Original note supplied by photographer: The new Pacific Great Eastern railway bridge over the Capilano river is beginning to take shape. These two massive concrete piers are on the west bank. Also seen across the river is a crane pouring ...
    Image     View of concrete pillars during construction of bridge over Capilano River.Original note supplied by photographer: The new Pacific Great Eastern railway bridge over the Capilano river is beginning to take ...
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway
    Image       View of construction of Pacific Great Eastern Railway bridge over Capilano River.
    Image     View of construction of Pacific Great Eastern Railway bridge over Capilano River.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway construction
    Image       View of worker operating large drill during construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway right-of-way from Horseshoe Bay to Squamish.
    Image     View of worker operating large drill during construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway right-of-way from Horseshoe Bay to Squamish.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway
    Image       View of construction workers laying tracks for Pacific Great Eastern Railway in West Vancouver. Lions Gate Bridge can be seen in the background.
    Image     View of construction workers laying tracks for Pacific Great Eastern Railway in West Vancouver. Lions Gate Bridge can be seen in the background.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway
    Image       High angle view of construction on the railway bridge over Capilano River.
    Image     High angle view of construction on the railway bridge over Capilano River.
  • Bellevue Avenue at 13th
    Image       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.
    Image     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. ...
  • Railway Trestle
    Image       View of crumbling railway trestle. Bridge once belonged to the Capilano Timber Co. and carried logging train through the Capilano Valley. Site is below the present day Cleveland Dam.
    Image     View of crumbling railway trestle. Bridge once belonged to the Capilano Timber Co. and carried logging train through the Capilano Valley. Site is below the present day Cleveland Dam.
  • Railway Trestle
    Image       View of crumbling railway trestle. Bridge once belonged to the Capilano Timber Co. and carried logging train through the Capilano Valley. Site is below the present day Cleveland Dam.
    Image     View of crumbling railway trestle. Bridge once belonged to the Capilano Timber Co. and carried logging train through the Capilano Valley. Site is below the present day Cleveland Dam.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway Train
    Image       View of first Pacific Great Eastern Railway train on route between Squamish and Horseshoe Bay. Route opened on August 27, 1956. In the background the Squamish Chief can be seen.
    Image     View of first Pacific Great Eastern Railway train on route between Squamish and Horseshoe Bay. Route opened on August 27, 1956. In the background the Squamish Chief can be seen.
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