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Category Archives: Nanaimo
Overlooking Nanaimo toward the Coast Mountains on a snowy winter day Related Posts:Nanaimo views – Coast MountainsNanaimo views – a snowy dayNewcastle Island and Protection Islandnanaimo snow
Dream Island at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf, loading logs destined for China Related Posts:Oriente ShineSun RubyKey WestMagpie SW
Oriente Shine at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf, loading logs destined for China Related Posts:Dream IslandSun RubyKey WestShow and Shine
Although this is a nice shot of a Helijet Sikorski S-76A transitioning into a ground effect hover at the Nanaimo flight centre, what you can’t see is actually the focus of the image. The Western Forest Products’ sawmill buildings and … Continue reading
A view of the Coast Mountains across Georgia Strait from Nanaimo Harbour, Mark Bay, and Newcastle Island and Protection Island. The bulk carrier Sophiana is at anchor, and one of the BC Ferries is heading to Horseshoe Bay. Just another … Continue reading
Looking toward the Northfield area of a snow covered Nanaimo Related Posts:Nanaimo views – a snowy dayComox Valley – a nice barnNanaimo views – Coast MountainsThe sports field
Nanaimo on a clear winter day, looking over Newcastle Island, across Georgia Strait toward the Sunshine Coast and the Coast Mountains. Related Posts:Nanaimo views – a snowy dayAcross the strait – Piper’s LagoonA west coast winterAmis Ace
The bulk carrier Theodore JR at anchor between Gabriola Island and Nanaimo Related Posts:Nanaimo – GalateiaHyundai PassionPrague ExpressKey West
A snow covered Nanaimo, Gabriola Island, Georgia Strait, and the Sunshine Coast Related Posts:Across the strait – Piper’s LagoonMV QuinsamC-GFLTAcross the strait…
CP Rail’s MV Princess of Vancouver (from www.clydeships.co.uk) During her service with Canadian Pacific, Princess of Vancouver made three round trips daily between Vancouver and Nanaimo, carrying rail cars, automobiles, tractor trailers and passengers. At one point she carried my … Continue reading