Here are the pictures from my walk yesterday to the Vancouver neighbourhood of Shaughnessy, the actual proper “exclusive” area of Vancouver that was designed from the ground up, way back in 1907, for the city’s elite.

First up, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice Vancouver at Glen Brae, built in 1910:

Other sights around the neighbourhood:

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Back in the days when a stable for horses was more important than a garage for automobiles

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The “exclusive” version of an abandoned house

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The Thai Consulate General in Vancouver, Canada
Oops. Probably not the renovation that the owner had in mind....

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Angus Park:

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The local elementary school is named after Edith Cavell:

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Here are some cars! This is Oppo, after all:

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Champagne Quartz Metallic exterior + Golden Brown Extended Merino Leather interior - BMW Individual

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Ford Galaxie 500 on Vintage Plate

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Finally, the rest of the pictures, taken to and from my destination:

These must be for cars, but then how do the people get out...? Tenements in this area all had garages like this; must have been popular at that specific point in time.

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