You don't need to spend much time in New Westminster to realize that it's built on a hill. A pretty big hill, in fact, one that was little more than steep, thick temperate rainforest only a hundred and fifty years ago. Those trees have been cleared out, but the hill remains. It's one of the reasons I don't go to Uptown New Westminster very often.
Not necessarily the steepest in the world, but enough so that I can force the perspective of the buildings just so.
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