Burrard Inlet, British Columbia (BC) Canada

Including pictures of English Bay and Indian Arm

A personal travel view
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This page includes pictures of Burrard Inlet and English Bay in the seventies and eighties

The Inlet and Bay are Vancouver's inner and outer harbour. The first view from the SeaBus includes the old Pier BC. Other pictures include North Vancouver bulk sulphur shiploading and salt storage.

downtown Vancouver from Burrard Inlet North Vancouver bulk sulphur loading North Vancouver bulk salt storage

Some of the best pictures of Vancouver can be taken from the bridges. (They are great places to walk). These photos are from the Second Narrows Ironworkers Memorial Bridge.

View from Second Narrows of Vancouver BC Second Narrows wheat elevator view, Vancouver BC Second Narrows wheat train view, Vancouver BC Second Narrows window view, Burnaby BC

These are pictures from Second Narrows towards Mount Seymour in North Vancouver and the Lions behind West Vancouver.

Mount Seymour view, Second Narrows North Vancouver The Lions view, Second Narrows North Vancouver

These two pictures looking down Burrard Inlet to Ioco and Port Moody. One is from Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver and the other is from Burnaby Mountain in Burnaby. The third photo is from Dollarton in North Vancouver towards Burnaby.

view of Burrard Inlet from Mount Seymour view of Burrard Inlet from Burnaby Mountain Dollarton flats shack, North Vancouver

This shows Burrard Inlet and English Bay from the Upper Levels in West Vancouver. Stanley Park, Point Grey and Vancouver Island are in the distance. The boats and ships include international freighters, log booms and local tug boats.

Lions Gate and English Bay ships Point Grey and English Bay sawdust barges from West Vancouver BC


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