Photograph depicts construction on a railroad bridge and Ruskin Dam Powerhouse at Ruskin, B.C.
Large square steel structure in middle right of image; wood shacks and locomotive engine in front of structure; retaining wall separating water from train tracks under construction; men in foreground fishing off of the shore; rocky hillside in background; stamped "LEONARD FRANK PHOTOS" in bottom right corner.
Photograph depicts the original Lumberman's Arch in Stanley Park. Lumberman's Arch was constructed by the Lumberman's Union in 1912 to commemorate the visit of the Duke of Connaught. It originally stood along his procession route, at Homer and Pender. It was moved to Stanley Park and remained there until 1947 when it was condemned and demolished. A replacement structure was erected in 1952.
Grassy field with evergreen trees in foreground; wooden log replica of Parthenon temple in middle of image; ships in the harbour in background.
Photograph depicts trout caught in Green Lake. Green Lake is a 347 hectare provincial park located in the Cariboo Central Interior of British Columbia, near 70 Mile House. Since the lake's outlets only function in high water periods, there is abundant time for algae growth which provides the lake with its greenish hue and name.
Eighteen trout on rocky surface surrounding open basket and fishing rod.