A video has been posted to YouTube that will enable you to visit an important element of the 39 CER Museum (and you don’t have to wear a mask).
The Seward Gallery
This exhibit is in the LCol JP Fell armoury in North Vancouver and is managed by 6 Field Engineer Squadron Museum Association. It is named for Brian Seward who has served 6 Engineer Squadron as Sapper, Sergeant Major and Captain. Brian is a WW 2 veteran and his biography can be found on the museum website. He was instrumental in saving, collecting, buying artifacts that led to the creation of the museum.
WO Colin Blackburn (Ret'd) served in both the regular and reserve of the navy, the air force and the army for many years as a professional photographer. Many of his photographs have been added to the website. Recently he visited the museum and took photos in order the create a Power Point slide presentation. The slide presentation has been converted to a YouTube video that can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/FFo1PTlu1FA
Colin’s photos can be viewed on the museum website. See the Photo Gallery link at: http://39cer-museum.net/
Please Help Us
While visiting the website please consider supporting the museum with a donation. This will help us expand exhibits to other 39 CER locations. You will find a donation page on the website where you can help us with a PayPal or credit card donation. Even the price of a beer will help. We can also issue a tax deduction receipt.
If you’re in a hurry to help us you can go directly to the Donation Page at: