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Expo 86 Monorail pamphlet (H2011.24.46) from the Museum of Vancouver’s collection online.

Artifact History:Expo 1986 was held in Vancouver, B.C. Donor Jill and husband, Robert, loved the Expo and went every weekend. Jill and Robert loved the going to the Expo because it was so well done. Every weekend there was something different and interesting to see, that otherwise they would not have been able to enjoy. Jill particularly liked all the different foods but also noted the grounds were always spotlessly clean.
General Artifact History:The theme for Expo ‘86 was “Transportation and Communication: World in Motion - World in Touch.” The fair coincided with Vancouver’s centennial and was held on the north shore of False Creek.Associated Vancouver Neighbourhood:DowntownPhysical Description: 3 page, folded brochure; “Monorail” on front cover with illustration of a train with a spaceman conductor with “Expo” on his chest; black and white; text done on typewriter or computer; zone map inside looks originally hand drawn.

Expo 86 Monorail pamphlet (H2011.24.46) from the Museum of Vancouver’s collection online.
Artifact History:

Expo 1986 was held in Vancouver, B.C. Donor Jill and husband, Robert, loved the Expo and went every weekend. Jill and Robert loved the going to the Expo because it was so well done. Every weekend there was something different and interesting to see, that otherwise they would not have been able to enjoy. Jill particularly liked all the different foods but also noted the grounds were always spotlessly clean.


General Artifact History:

The theme for Expo ‘86 was “Transportation and Communication: World in Motion - World in Touch.” The fair coincided with Vancouver’s centennial and was held on the north shore of False Creek.

Associated Vancouver Neighbourhood:

Downtown

Physical Description:

3 page, folded brochure; “Monorail” on front cover with illustration of a train with a spaceman conductor with “Expo” on his chest; black and white; text done on typewriter or computer; zone map inside looks originally hand drawn.

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