來看看1907年視頻溫哥華的街景,看看你能識別出那些建築 

2020-05-07 21:04:11 | Author: zq91128 | 編輯
視頻是修正過速度和分辨率的,可能添加了聲音,看著一百多年前就好像在眼前英倫風
裡面有溫哥華hotel,皇家銀行,Cambie街,Hasting街
Pender街,當時汽車擁有量的話一萬一千台,現在有1百四十萬以上的汽車了。
當時路口是有警察指揮路口的,
Knowlton drugs一百年前的藥店現在溫哥華應該還在呢
一百年前的圖書館就是main St和 Hastings的那個圖書館1957年搬到現在地方


溫哥華有軌電車線路圖




Vancouver-Marpole
BCER began the Vancouver-Steveston interurban and freight service in 1905 after leasing the line from Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) and electrifying it. The Vancouver-Marpole line's right-of-way (whose northern section runs beside Arbutus Street) remained under the ownership of the CPR, which continued running freight trains on the corridor until June 2001.[3] With the end of freight operations on the line in sight, Vancouver City Council adopted the Arbutus Corridor Official Development Plan in 2000, designating the corridor as a transportation/greenway public thoroughfare to prevent other types of development from taking place along the right-of-way.[3]
Marpole-Steveston (Lulu Island Branch)
The Steveston line's alignment on Lulu Island can be traced by Railway Avenue, Granville Avenue, Garden City Road, and Great Canadian Way. After the end of passenger service in 1958 the Granville and Garden City section of the line was relocated largely parallel to River Road north of Westminster Highway.
Marpole-New Westminster
Interurban service between Marpole and New Westminster along the North Arm of the Fraser River was started in 1909. Still in operation today, as part of the Southern Railway of British Columbia.[2]
New Westminster to Chilliwack (Fraser Valley Branch)
Opened October 4, 1910 (also used by freight) and still in operation today, as part of the Southern Railway of British Columbia.[2] This line made use of the New Westminster Bridge, opened in 1904.
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Vorce Station is a modest utilitarian passenger tram shelter, originally constructed at the foot of Nursery Street in Burnaby BC as part of the British Columbia Electric Railway Company's Burnaby Lake Interurban Line. In 1977 it was relocated to the grounds of the Burnaby Village Museum.
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Burnaby Lake Line
The Burnaby Lake line's right-of-way is largely taken up by the Trans-Canada Highway, but sections of it survive as walking and biking trails.[4]
Central Park Line
Following the cessation of interurban services on the Central Park Line, the right-of-way remained under the control of BC Hydro. By 1975, the Greater Vancouver Regional District proposed incorporating the right-of-way into a light rail line linking Vancouver and New Westminster,[5] thereby reinstating passenger rail service on the corridor. The provincial government eventually took over the project, which evolved into the Vancouver SkyTrain's Expo Line.[6]
New Westminster to Queensborough
The tracks from New Westminster to Queensborough and the 'Railway Bridge' across the north arm of the Fraser River are still in operation today, as part of the Southern Railway of British Columbia.
New Westminster to Fraser Mills
Opened in 1912,[4] construction of ramps leading to and from the new Pattullo Bridge resulted in the closure of the Queensborough and Fraser Mills lines in 1937, as well as the truncation of the Burnaby Lake line to Sapperton.[7]
Victoria to Deep Bay
Now called Deep Cove, the Victoria to Deep Cove line (1913), was one of three passenger railways to serve the Saanich Peninsula, and was closed on November 1, 1924 due to low ridership.[7] The Victoria-Deep Cove interurban's alignment can be traced by Burnside Road, Interurban Road and the Interurban Rail Trail, West Saanich Road, Wallace Drive, Aldous Terrace, Mainwaring Road, one of Victoria International Airport's runways, and Tatlow Road to Deep Cove.[8] Besides the stretch through the airport, the stretch at the Experimental Farm (now called the Sidney/Centre for Plant Health) has also been blocked.
Stave Lake
A 6-mile (9.7 km) steam train branch line,[9] the Stave Falls Branch, (constructed during the building of the original Stave Falls hydroelectric plant) was isolated from the main interurban network, and linked the power plant and community at Stave Falls to the Canadian Pacific Railway station at Ruskin.[7] The route of the Stave Falls Branch along Hayward Lake is also now a walking trail managed by BC Hydro and the District of Mission, with sections of it south of Ruskin Dam used as local powerline and neighbourhood walking trails.
Port Moody-Coquitlam
The Port Moody-Coquitlam Railway connected the Port Moody-Ioco spur of the Canadian Pacific Railway to the Coquitlam Dam in order to haul supplies and materials to the dam.
Alouette Lake
Similar to the Stave Lake and Port Moody-Coquitlam lines, the Alouette Lake dam tracks connected power facilities to the CPR that ran on the north side of the Fraser River at Kanaka Creek in Haney.[10]
Jordan River
This 5.3-mile railway connected the powerhouse and harbour at the mouth of the Jordan River to the Jordan River Dam.[11]
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  1. 當時三房的house售價是5000加幣



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  2. 看起來是由PENDER街拐入Hastings。

  3. 裡面每一個人都已經變成鬼啦

  4. 覺得那時候的建築不錯,沒什麼變化

  5. 裡面肯定沒有HOTEL VANCOUVER,那樓是上世界三十年代建的。那個堡壘式建築應該是早期CPR的車站,現在已經沒有了。

  6. 人間萬姓 寫道:
    裡面肯定沒有HOTEL VANCOUVER,那樓是上世界三十年代建的。那個堡壘式建築應該是早期CPR的車站,現在已經沒有了。

    30年代之前建過一個小的,30年代又改建的

  7. 我之前也看到這個影片

    邊播著 也邊東看看西看看

    以前的人家裡灰塵應該蠻多的

  8. esaino 寫道:
    我之前也看到這個影片
    邊播著 也邊東看看西看看
    以前的人家裡灰塵應該蠻多的


    100多年前,灰塵大,我關注那時候人口少人民穿著非常正規
    現代化程度和現在差距沒有課本裡說的那麼巨大

  9. 人間萬姓 寫道:
    裡面肯定沒有HOTEL VANCOUVER,那樓是上世界三十年代建的。那個堡壘式建築應該是早期CPR的車站,現在已經沒有了。


    CBC News證實

    Amongst it all, the Hotel Vancouver is recognizable in the footage, as is the Sinclair Centre.(當時可能不是酒店)
    "If you take a look at the 1907 film there are construction projects going on everywhere," said McGraw. "There are construction projects everywhere today, too.

  10. 差別實在太大了。

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