THE VANCOUVER SNOW FESTIVAL

Vancouver - British Columbia - CANADA



Snowfall in the West End


The combination of snow and West End definitely constitutes an oxymoron. It is possible to go 2 or 3 years and not see or be aware of snow in the West End. It may melt before it hits the ground. It may be washed away by a following rain. It may occur at night and by morning there is no trace. But every 4 or 5 years a big snow hits this sheltered spot. Some people love the novelty of it, others do not share in the pleasure. Whatever the case here is proof that it does snow in the West End.


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#1 - The White House
#2 - Barclay Manor
Barclay Heritage Square
#3 - Park, Barclay Heritage Square

#4 - Roedde House Museum
Barclay Heritage Square
#5 - Residences at Barclay Heritage Square
#6 - Residences at Barclay Heritage Square
#7 - West End street
#8 - Hirshfield House
#9 A mini park at Chilco and Comox
#10 - Decorations on Bute
#11 Fire Hall #6 on Nelson just before dawn
#12 - West End street
#13 The Colony, a shop on Nicola at Barclay
#14 - Lost Lagoon, a rare sight
#15 - Lost Lagoon again
#16 - Alexandra Park bandstand
#17 - Logs on English Bay Beach
#18 - Inukshuk at English Bay Beach
#19 - Hirshfield House
#20 - Neat patterns
#21 - Alexandra Park, a landmark tree
#22 West End Community Centre
#23 - Let's play
#24 - Denman Street
#25 - Where are all the cars?
#26 - Traffic signals for skiers
#27 - Snow laden trees
#28 - Milestone's at Davie and Denman
#29 - Corner Davie and Denman
#30 - Alexandra Park and bandstand



Page1 Downtown
Page2 Stanley Park
Page3 West end
Page4 Gastown
Page5 Granville Island &
False Creek
Page6 North Shore
Page7 Lighter Side
Page8 Holiday Lights

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