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File contains a combination of historical (1964-5) photographs of Clay's Wharf, and contemporary photographs of tall ships in Steveston, BC. Also contains a black-and-white photograph of Alan Haig-Brown as a young man, and Arrawac Freighter (ex Beatrice) upon which he worked.

On the historical photographs of Clay's Wharf, Alan Haig-Brown comments: "We lived there from 1962 to 1964 while I went to school and university in Vancouver. Rent free for caretaking, had use of the little cliner built boat." Of the tall ships, he notes: "Fraser River pilots greeted in the Gulf and then each rode a ship up the river."

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of Hong Kong Pilot boats, catamaran ferries serving Park Island, a Cummins engine and a "Junk" built by Choi [Cheoy?] Lee for the Hong Kong jockey club for a youth group.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of tugs and log booms in New Westminster, with some shown in the fog, taken from Haig-Brown's condo and the New Westminster boardwalk. The file also contains picturesque photographs of a Skytrain crossing the SkyBridge.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of a research vessel for the University of Delaware, showing its exterior, interior and Cummins KTA19 engine.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of a Rivtow log barge, partially submerged, being towed by a tug (Ocean Clipper) from Moses Inlet to Howe Sound. Also includes aerial photographs of the Nakwakto Rapids.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of BC Ferries' Spirit of Vancouver Island, its captain and crew. There are several photographs of the Spirit of British Columbia taken from inside the Spirit of Vancouver Island.

A caption from Alan Haig-Brown reads: "I rode this ferry with Capt. Myerscoup through Active Pass in November of 1995. The Spirit of Vancouver Island and sister ship Spirit of British Columbia were built in 1994. The[y] are 167.5 meters long and carry 470 cars and 2,052 people plus 48 crew."

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of the crewboat Gayla Graham ready for delivery in river, the JoLynn Tide, Cheryl Tide and Rigdon's Alioth in row with Rigdon's Hammerhead across their bows and parallel to the river. Also includes photographs of John Laughton, project manager at C & G Boatworks, and LaForce Shipyard at Bayou La Batre, Lousiana.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains a photographic portrait of Alan Haig-Brown on a boat holding a camera.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains scenic photographs of log yarding tugs (including the River Eagle and the Dorothy Mackenzie) in the fog on the Fraser River off New Westminster. There are also three photographs of Alan Haig-Brown in his home office.

Haig-Brown, Alan