|Landing was Not West Vancouver, but West end of Vancouver (Downtown)|
Page 3 of 18, a link to explaining the above image: “Aircraft and Their Use in Forestry in B.C.: 1918 – 1926” with this snippet on page 5 of 22:
In September of 1919, the first aerial discovery of a forest fire in B.C. took place over Duncan. The pilot of a Curtiss JN - 4 (possibly during an air mail flight) spotted the fire and landed at Duncan to report it to the Forest Branch , who then took suppression action. ......
An earlier Post: Before Telus, Before iPhone, there were pigeon "phones"
Past Summer, Lemon Creek fuel truck dumps load, destined for ....... Perry Ridge Photo and Maps
|Change Masters - Chief Foresters|