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  • Capilano Canyon
    Image       View of Capilano Canyon with shingle bolt flume. Photo copied from "British Columbia Magazine", Volume 8, page 285, April, 1912.
    Image     View of Capilano Canyon with shingle bolt flume. Photo copied from "British Columbia Magazine", Volume 8, page 285, April, 1912.
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
    Image       A view of Capilano Suspension Bridge over First Canyon of Capilano River. The bridge was built in 1904-05.
    Image     A view of Capilano Suspension Bridge over First Canyon of Capilano River. The bridge was built in 1904-05.
  • Capilano Canyon
    Image       View of Capilano Canyon with several waterfalls along river.
    Image     View of Capilano Canyon with several waterfalls along river.
  • Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge
    Image       A view of Lynn Canyon suspension bridge in North Vancouver.
    Image     A view of Lynn Canyon suspension bridge in North Vancouver.
  • Capilano Canyon
    Image       View of Capilano Canyon with trestle in the background.
    Image     View of Capilano Canyon with trestle in the background.
  • Capilano Canyon Log Flume
    Image       Capilano Canyon flume for floating cedar shingle bolts from the upper reaches of Capilano Creek to tidewater, it was about 150 feet above the creek. Commonly used by young men and women seeking mild adventure on holidays and weekends.
    Image     Capilano Canyon flume for floating cedar shingle bolts from the upper reaches of Capilano Creek to tidewater, it was about 150 feet above the creek. Commonly used by young men ...
  • Capilano Canyon Log Flume
    Image       Capilano Canyon flume for floating cedar shingle bolts from the upper reaches of Capilano Creek to tidewater, it was about 150 feet above the creek. Commonly used by young men and women seeking mild adventure on holidays and weekends. This card is post marked "1921", so this photo was taken, ...
    Image     Capilano Canyon flume for floating cedar shingle bolts from the upper reaches of Capilano Creek to tidewater, it was about 150 feet above the creek. Commonly used by young men ...
  • Shingle Bolt Flume
    Image       View of two men standing on the edge of a shingle bolt flume in Capilano Canyon. The men are leaning against the railing and looking towards the river.There is damage to the original print in the form of a zig zag line most likely from the original negative.
    Image     View of two men standing on the edge of a shingle bolt flume in Capilano Canyon. The men are leaning against the railing and looking towards the river.There is damage ...
  • Bridge, Capilano Canyon
    Image       View of bridge crossing Capilano Canyon at site of Cleveland Dam. Original cataloging notes states that Lady pictured in centre is Mrs. F. Upham with her son, Clifford Upham, to the right. On close observation there is no lady in centre.
    Image     View of bridge crossing Capilano Canyon at site of Cleveland Dam. Original cataloging notes states that Lady pictured in centre is Mrs. F. Upham with her son, Clifford Upham, to ...
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