This short feature looks at the second CPR Depot in Vancouver - the chateauesque structure created by architect Edward Maxwell. This station was, to my mind, the most handsome of the Vancouver depots. It was also the shortest-lived - lasting just 15 years. I looked for interior images of this station, but could not find any within the online archival collections of the City Vancouver Archives nor the online historical photo collection of Vancouver Public Library.
All of the photos for this slideshow were courtesy of City of Vancouver Archives. If you are interested in seeing other slideshows in this series, please go here: Vancouver Street Corner Histories