In Burnaby along the SkyTrain line, I believe somewhere in the neighborhood of Royal Oak Station, there's a building with a mural that looks toward the pathway. These days, with development sprawling over much of Metro Vancouver, it's easy to forget that only two hundred years ago it looked pretty much like Stanley Park. This mural is almost like a window back through the years, in that respect--a look back to the distant days when wild forests grew where Burnaby now sits.
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