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Gastown Steam Clock. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

The Gastown Steam Clock will give a "Westminster chimes" sound every 15 minutes. The clock has been unveiled 1977, so spite the looks- it is far from being historic.


Maple Tree Square. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

At Maple Tree Square, you will find a statue of Gassy Jack and these authentic shops.

Vancouver Downtown, Canada (2002)

Vancouver downtown.

Robson Square. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

Robson Square, with the famous Hotel Vancouver in the back.

Granville Island Entrance. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

The entrance to Granville Island is located directly beneath Granville Bridge. You should avoid going there by car, because you will most likely get stuck in the ever-present traffic jam.


Burrard Bridge. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

Burrard Bridge seen from Granville Island.

False Creek. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

False Creek and Vancouver downtown, seen from Granville Island.


Skyline of Vancouver, Canada (2002)

The Vancouver skyline, seen from Spanish Banks. The dark clouds had brought heavy rain earlier that day.


Spanish Banks. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

Another impression from Spanish Banks.

Vancouver, Canada (2002)

One of the back streets in Vancouver.


Coal Harbour. Vancouver, Canada (2002)

Coal Harbour is sitting between Stanley Park and Vancouver downtown. The coal ships of the past have been replaced by modern yachts.


Yacht Club Vancouver. Canada (2002)

The Vancouver Yacht club at the Coal Harbour.

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