In honour of Port Moody’s 100th birthday, the Port Moody Heritage Society wrote and published a new book, Tracks in Time: Port Moody’s First 100 Years.
The book gives an engaging peek into Port Moody’s history and growth from 1880 to 1980. Using text, photos and first-hand accounts, the gorgeous coffee table book is a dramatic, factual account of life in the city’s early days. From the CPR’s arrival to the emergence of industries like oil refining, you’ll learn how Port Moody developed through a century. Notable stories highlight some of the most sensational and poignant moments in Port Moody’s history. It’s all contained in a full-colour, 192 page hard cover volume.
You can get your copy at the Port Moody Station Museum for $40. Or, if you’re lucky, you can win one. We are thrilled to have a copy of the book to give away. John Grasty of Real Estate Evolved has generously provided a book. If you’d like your own copy, just enter your information in the form below anytime before 11:59pm on February 22, 2013. We’ll pick one lucky winner by random drawing. Note that by entering, you will be subscribed to our weekly email list:
Photos courtesy of Dan Kirchner, GoLiveLife Photography, golivelife.com.