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Monday, 23 July 2012

A Walk Through Fort Langley

We're renovating our house right now so a little tranquillity would be great but instead I have a house that looks like a hurricane has blown through.  The following pictures of Fort Langley were taken a few weeks back when things were still calm and neat around home. My camera is taking place of buying thrift this week, instead I have pictures of vintage and historical items.

From left to right:
1st Row:
- An old wheel that has been made into a gate used by one of the businesses.
- Fort Langley Community Hall since 1932.
- This bedding plant is an Allium plant which is a flowering onion.

2nd Row:
- I believe this is a luggage cart which is one of the exhibits outside the old CN railway building.
- Some Honeysuckle found growing.
- This lovely old white house has been converted into businesses.

3rd Row:
- This old church is The Parish Of St. George which is an Anglican church in Fort Langley.
- This is a shot of the sidewalk and some shops along the main street.
- These flowers where found on the sidewalk outside one of the shops.

We had a lovely day and a wonderful walk around though it was the 1st of July (Canada Day) so we didn't make it to the Fort a historical site which was originally used by the Hudson Bay Company during the fur trade.

Linking with: Sunny Simple Life, Debbie Doos, Apron Thrift Girl


  1. Nice pixs of the Fort. You have a good eye!

  2. That looks like a wonderful place to visit!

  3. This looks like our kind of place and I just love all the flowers and the hanging baskets of petunias. What a wonderful place to explore. It is very charming for sure. Thanks so much for linking it up this week and sharing with us.

  4. Lovely! I need to put Fort Langley on my to-visit list.

  5. wow, looks like a fun place to see. quaint & all. such great views. (:

  6. When we lived on the coast this was one of our favourite places to visit....miss seeing the train, and the vintage buildings. Guess our next trip back we will have to stop in again and see the old sites.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams


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