Tracks in Time: Book + Giveaway!

Tracks in Time Port Moody Museum Book Launch

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.

Port Moody Heritage Society Tracks in TimeThe 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,

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  1. Angela Holbrook says:

    I understand from Ann Kitching that I was one of the winners of the Tracks of Time book. I am so excited to win. What is the procedure for getting it delivered/picking it up?


  2. Margaret Dennis says:

    How do I order a book of Tracks In Time. My husband worked at Ioco Refinery for 35 years and I would like to surprise him with a copy. We are in the Shuswap so I would willingly pay for delivery costs.

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