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|Float Planes parked at McGrath Airport, Alaska||11/28/2007||663|
|Here's a ferry, probably going from Tsawwassen near Vancouver to Swartz bay on Vancouver Island.|
This is a very nice trip between all the islands in front of Canada BC coast.
|A Large collection of links, overlays and information for the lucky travelers coming to Vancouver for the Olympics or any other time. Vancouver was recently rated the 3rd best city in the world to live in.|
This is a truly beautiful place, to see all that is outlined here could take forever but OH would it be worth it. We are truly blessed in this city.
|Just over 1/2 mile of light aircraft on Fairfax apron. Just to the west are some birthed float planes.|
|The Vancouver Aquarium, Canada's first public aquarium, opened its doors on June 15, 1956. The Association operated the Aquarium as a self-supporting, non-profit organization receiving no government operational funding. |
Through visionary, responsible growth programs, the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre has become the largest aquarium in Canada and one of the five largest in Nor...
|DeHavilland Otter at the Vancouver Seaplane base. Note the Aircraft doing a water taxi SouthWest of the ref point.||02/01/2007||571|
|Stargate SG1 Locations Vancouver BC|
A few select SG1 Film Locations around Vancouver
|This site links placemarks to official data from Tourism Vancouver. More info can be found at www.canadaplacemarks.com||02/10/2006||537|
|This aircraft can be an Airbus A319-100 from Air Canada which is leaving Vancouver.||06/10/2008||713|
|The three local karting tracks of Vancouver. CARTBC is the main race track. Cultis lake holds the ocasional race. F440 is a practice and rental track.||10/27/2005||492|
|A semi complete list of Intersection Cameras around Vancouver BC||04/26/2006||528|
|View downtown Nanaimo in 3 dimensions.
Nanaimo (2001 pop. 73,000) is the second largest city on Vancouver Island in BC, British Columbia, Canada. It has been dubbed the "Bathtub Racing Capital of the World". It is about 55 km west of Vancouver, separated by the Strait of Georgia, but directly linked to Vancouver via BC Ferries. It is the seat of the Nanaimo Regional District.