Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts Phyliss Snider on a bridge possibly over the Yukon River.
Four black and white images of the Granville St. Bridge. Landscape shows steel truss bridge spanning over industrial area along False Creek shoreline; Hotel Vancouver and North Shore mountains in background.
B&W photograph depicts an area of white water rapids in a forest with rocks on either side and trees. A bridge is just visible in the background and there is also a man standing on a rock up river towards the bridge.
B&W photograph depicts a wooden bridge over a cliff. Writing at bottom of negative reads, "Stoney Creek highest wooden brige in the world no. 10."
Old catalogue form has "C.P.R. photos of the late Mr. Duke McKenzie, veteran engineer" as the title.
Black and white photograph depicts Mitchel Shlossberg (left) and Joe Zabensky (right) on Patulla Bridge, on bicycle trip to Boundry Bay.
Black and white image of wreckage from the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge (later renamed Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing)
The image shows details of the mangled traveller at the end of the collapsed Span 5.