Today’s lead image contains Gladwell Motors Lincoln-Mercury located at the intersection of Vancouver and Yates Streets in Victoria, British Columbia is dated by the source to 1947. A year earlier, Ford of Canada introduced the Mercury M pickup trucks to its Lincoln-Mercury division. These vehicles are a re-badged Ford F series truck with a different grille and trim package and remained in production until 1968.
The second photo below contains the Causeway Imperial Service Station, also located in Victoria, BC. The passage enters into the inner causeway on the Victoria waterfront. The City is located northwest of Seattle, WA. The impressive facility complete with a tower appears to have been located next to a ferry boat terminal.
Please share with us what you find of interest in these photographs courtesy of the Royal BC Museum.