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Steveston/ Richmond, BC Canada

Registry #1:392737 (Canada)
VRN#21943

Name 1: 1979 Savage Fisher
Name 2: 2016 Viking Fisher

Year Built: 1979
Place: Vancouver
Area: BC
Country: Canada

Builder: John Manly Ltd.
Measurement (metric): 22.07m x 6.40m x 2.19m
Hull: Steel
Gross Tonnage: 85.18
Type 1: Fishboat, general
Registered Tonnage: 26.34
Engine: 365bhp diesel engine (1979)
Propulsion: Screw

Owner(s):

In 2003 she was owned by Seaforth Industries Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 2011-2014 she was owned by J.S. MacMillan Fisheries Ltd., North Vancouver BC and Savage Fisher Holdings Inc., Clackamas OR USA.

In 2016-2019 she was owned by Leader Fishing Ltd., New Westminster BC and Swan Fishing Co. Ltd., Coquitlam BC and Tar-Nik Holdings Ltd., Vernon BC.

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I appreciate your visit and any faves or comments are always greatly appreciated!

Sonja :-)

Tags:   Richmond British Columbia BC Canada Fraser River South Arm Fraser River River Riverfront Black & White Black & White Photography Vessel Fishing Vessel Viking Fisher Steveston Savage Fisher Built: 1979 John Manly Ltd. Seaforth Industries Ltd. J.S. MacMillan Fisheries Ltd. Savage Fisher Holdings Ltd. Leader Fishing Ltd. Swan Fishing Co. Ltd. Diesel Engine Fishboat Vancouver, BC Steel Hull Sonja Peterson Photography Peterson Photography Nikon Nikon Z 7II Mirrorless Photography Mirrorless Mirrorless Camera Nikon Z 7_2 VR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G

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Steveston/Richmond, BC Canada

Along the South Arm of the Fraser River - A historic area at the start of the South Dyke Trail with views of Steveston Island (aka Shady Island) and the historic Cannery Channel...

LONDON'S LANDING:

London's Landing was established in 1885 when a government wharf was built at the foot of Number 2 Road. In 1892, the townsite of London, named after the landowners, Charles and William London, was surveyed. Through the years this area was known as London, London's Wharf, London's Landing, London's or Lulu Island.

This early settlement between Trites Road and East of Number 2 Road was historically significant. The first land dyked and ploughed on Lulu Island was London. London also had the first government built school, South Arm area church, and island road (Number 2 Road).

WINCH CAMP:

A major part of the early history at London's Landing was fishing and fish canning. By 1883, there were four canneries and two fish camps. The original Canadian Pacific Cannery was built here in 1893 by Richard Winch, Alexander Ewan, George Alexander and David Hennessy. In 1924, the cannery was destroyed by fire.

In December 1938, B.C. Packers established the Canadian Pacific Camp. Fishing camps or stations were delivery points for the fish caught in the area. The Canadian Pacific Camp was a collection point for the salmon catch. It remained in operation until 1943.

In the 30's and 40's, the residents referred to the area as "Winch", after Richard Vance Winch, or 'Canadian Pacific'
recalling the cannery and fish camps.

From 1943 to 1994, the camp's three net lofts, net racks, and moorage facilities were used as a service centre by a group of local fisherman. In the Spring of 1994, the City of Richmond purchased the property from B.C. Packers. The wharf and upland have been developed to provide the public with another window on Steveston's historical and working waterfront.

This image is best viewed in large screen.

I appreciate your visit and any faves or comments are always greatly appreciated!

Sonja :-)

Tags:   Richmond British Columbia BC Canada Fraser River South Arm Fraser River River Riverfront Pilons London's Landing Black & White Black & White Photography Steveston Steveston Channel Cannery Winch Camp Dyke Trail Cannery Channel Walking Trails Dyke Road Trawler Fishing Trawler Sonja Peterson Photography Peterson Photography Nikon Nikon Z 7II Mirrorless Photography Mirrorless Mirrorless Camera Nikon Z 7_2 VR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G

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Steveston/ Richmond, BC Canada

Registry #1:392737 (Canada)
VRN#21943

Name 1: 1979 Savage Fisher
Name 2: 2016 Viking Fisher

Year Built: 1979
Place: Vancouver
Area: BC
Country: Canada

Builder: John Manly Ltd.
Measurement (metric): 22.07m x 6.40m x 2.19m
Hull: Steel
Gross Tonnage: 85.18
Type 1: Fishboat, general
Registered Tonnage: 26.34
Engine: 365bhp diesel engine (1979)
Propulsion: Screw

Owner(s):

In 2003 she was owned by Seaforth Industries Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 2011-2014 she was owned by J.S. MacMillan Fisheries Ltd., North Vancouver BC and Savage Fisher Holdings Inc., Clackamas OR USA.

In 2016-2019 she was owned by Leader Fishing Ltd., New Westminster BC and Swan Fishing Co. Ltd., Coquitlam BC and Tar-Nik Holdings Ltd., Vernon BC.

This image is best viewed in large screen.

I appreciate your visit and any faves or comments are always greatly appreciated!

Sonja :-)

Tags:   Richmond British Columbia BC Canada Fraser River South Arm Fraser River River Riverfront Black & White Black & White Photography Vessel Fishing Vessel Viking Fisher Steveston Savage Fisher Built: 1979 John Manly Ltd. Seaforth Industries Ltd. J.S. MacMillan Fisheries Ltd. Savage Fisher Holdings Ltd. Leader Fishing Ltd. Swan Fishing Co. Ltd. Diesel Engine Fishboat Vancouver, BC Steel Hull Sonja Peterson Photography Peterson Photography Nikon Nikon Z 7II Mirrorless Photography Mirrorless Mirrorless Camera Nikon Z 7_2 VR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G


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