Walking Tour – The West End Heritage Tour

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Comox St & Bute St
Vancouver, BC

Since it was first surveyed and branded as part of the City of New Liverpool in the latter half of the 19th century, Vancouver’s West End has evolved. It contains a mixture of distinctive building styles representing successive eras of development. One of the emerging directions from the City’s community planning process supports the retention of surviving heritage resources.

Tour will meet at the southwest corner of Nelson Park (Comox/Bute), and finish at Roedde House in Barclay Heritage Square.

Walking Tour-The West End Heritage Tour
Wednesday, August 14th, 2013; 6 to 8 p.m.
Tickets: $15; $10 Heritage Vancouver Members

In support of this direction, and in partnership with the City, Heritage Vancouver is conducting a walking tour through the Nelson Slopes/Plateau section of the West End on Wednesday August 14th, 2013 from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

The route will include a number of identifiable heritage groupings or districts. Some buildings are on the City’s Heritage Register, but few are protected. Many are not even on the Register, and at even greater risk. A number of issues concerning retention of significant buildings of all eras will be raised for discussion.

The walk will begin at 6pm at the southwest corner of Nelson Park (Comox/Bute), and finish about two hours later at Roedde House in Barclay Heritage Square.

Online payment option:
Register via Eventbrite at http://hvs-westendheritage.eventbrite.com

Cheque payment option:
Made out to Heritage Vancouver Society and mailed to: ‚Ä®Heritage Vancouver, 1020 Denman St, PO Box 47036, Vancouver, BC, V6G 3E1. Please let us know if you’ve mailed a cheque, at events@heritagevancouver.org

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