604 Corners: 12 Photos of New Westminster


Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 — 2:44pm PST
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Founded as the capital of the Colony of British Columbia in 1858, New Westminster is rich in history and with many new developments, it has a very bright future. Located on the banks of the Mighty Fraser River, the Royal City is steeped in culture and industry. Most photos feature the SkyBridge, the historic downtown, and the riverfront but Queen’s Park, Sapperton, Uptown, and Queensborough are also worth exploring. New Westminster is today’s 604 Corners photo feature:

12 Photos of New Westminster

To Infinity and Beyond ~ New Westminster, BC
Photo credit: SeaSide Signs ~ Vancouver, BC on Flickr

Quay Cacophony
Photo credit: Dennis S Hurd on Flickr

Pier Park - Sep 11, 2014
Photo credit: Dennis S Hurd on Flickr

4th and Columbia New West
Photo credit: Patricia Meyer on Flickr

Anvil Centre and Office Tower
Photo credit: Zorro1968 on Flickr

Fraserview
Photo credit: Robert W. White on Flickr

snow on the ski hills
Photo credit: danna (curious tangles) on Flickr

2013_07_28
Photo credit: Dennis S Hurd on Flickr

Wooden bridge at sunrise
Photo credit: james c. (vancouver bc) on Flickr

Fire in the sky
Photo credit: james c. (vancouver bc) on Flickr

Dreamy Evening Glory
Photo credit: james c. (vancouver bc) on Flickr

Bridges And A Beach
Photo credit: Clayton Perry on Flickr

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One comment

  1. Darlene Merlo says:

    What a beautiful City!

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