Some pictures taken on my walk this past Sunday to Memorial Park West, along the Midtown Bikeway (which mostly follows 37th Avenue) Interestingly, I actually live pretty close to Memorial Park SOUTH, whereas this western bretheren is a whopping 10km away. So, I covered 20km as a round trip that day.

Audi 4G8 RS 7 x VW Mk7 Golf R... I guess the family really prefers VAG
The building to the right used to be the headquarters of the BC Workers’ Compensation Board when built, and then later the RCMP took it over as their general admin building to compliment the Pacific Command HQ next door. Hence the wide boulevard in a now completely residential neighbourhood
Year Built: 1929
The neighbourhood still uses these old-school street lights made of concrete, instead of the more modern green metal poles
The overhang is working as intended

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Arbutus Greenway, which used to be an inter-urban train track until very recently
BMW F30 with complete M-Performance add-ons. Local dealers did have a few of them completely done-up and in stock, listing them for almost $80k CAD. Normally I’d say that that is insane, but the F80 M3 that is optioned the way I want is just over $100k CAD, so *shrugs*
Kei-Van! Thanks, 15-Years Rule!

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At the end of the tunnel
I can look up the front, but to be honest I do not know what the back one is

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...and then, just around the corner from the above...!
3 of them!

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Back then, Vancouver was a collection of municipalities, and both here in Dunbar and where I live in South Vancouver have a “Memorial Park” to commemorate The Great War dead. After the municipalities merged, then they had to add “West” to this name and “South” to the other.
Dunbar Lawn Bowling Club

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Dunbar Little League Baseball

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Dunbar Community Centre

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Leaving the park and on the way back

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This maple is turning a bit early....
Passed by the Figaros again

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Fiero!

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Year Built: 1926... and very VERY nicely kept
It was built in 2003 but the roof-line design certainly was not

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Lovely lawn

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The back side of the Kerrisdale developments
Point Grey Secondary School

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VanDusen Botanical Garden

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The glint caught my eye, even despite being in the broken shade or perhaps probably because of that
Queen Elizabeth Park Pitch & Putt

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