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PowerLine Squat Rack. Solid and stable, this Squat Rack holds the bar safe and secure with the heaviest of weights. Bar supports feature height adjustments from 30 inches to 60 inches for doing Flat, Incline and Decline Bench Presses, Squats, Curls, Upright Rows, Shrugs, Calf Raises and much more. Barbell, weights and collars optional82% (17)
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Langley Station - 1915
The Langley Station was built in 1915, at a cost of $2,963, for the new Canadian Northern Railway and became part of the Canadian National Railway system in 1918. In that year it was expanded to accommodate larger living quarters for the station agent. It was built to a standard design (third class type) and was one of 85 such buildings in Western Canada. In 1980, passenger service was stopped and in the following year the station was declared redundant. In 1983, it was designated a municipal heritage site and moved to its present location, and for the next two years, the Langley Heritage Society took on the task of restoring it. It was opened to the public in 1985 and a tenant was found for the living quarters. A collection of railway artifacts is located in the office and the waiting room and baggage room are used by the Fort Langley Artists Group. At about the same time the Society obtained the caboose, which was built in Winnipeg in the 1920s. It houses a model railway, which was designed and built and is run by volunteers. The Society bought the metal railway coach in 1997. It was built in the USA in 1947. It was in poor condition, most of the windows missing, and the interior a mess of old paint and rust. Society volunteers worked on it throughout 1998 and until 2003 it served as a tourist centre managed by the North Langley Chamber of Commerce. It will now be used as an information centre for the Langley Heritage Society. The coach is named after Mr. And Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Evelyn Taylor is honoured for her part in obtaining and restoring the station and rolling stock. Description of Historic Place: The Canadian Northern Railway Station is a two storey wood frame station built with a broad roof overhang typical of train stations from the early twentieth century. The building sits on a large corner site in the Fort Langley area of Langley District, with a recreated station garden to the east and railway tracks and the Fraser River to the north. Heritage Value: Fort Langley played a pivotal role in the creation of British Columbia. It was the first permanent European settlement in the Fraser Valley, the site of the proclamation of the Crown Colony of British Columbia and the first major commercial agricultural centre in B.C. The Hudson's Bay Company used the fur trade fort based here for exporting Fraser River salmon as well as agricultural products and furs to Europe and to Pacific Rim countries. In 1858, when gold was discovered on the bars of the Fraser River, the influx of prospectors caused fears of American annexation, and directly led to Britain proclaiming a Crown Colony under the direction of Governor James Douglas. The fort and the Village that grew up adjacent to it are now part of the Township of Langley. The CNR Station is a symbol for the Township of Langley as a heritage conservation pioneer. Appreciating the many heritage values present in a 9 square block area referred to as the Village of Fort Langley and after the successful conservation of the station, the Township created a development permit area in 1989 and then adopted Facade and Sign Design Guidelines in 1993 - years before legal tools to protect heritage areas were available. As legislation changed over time, the Township used those new legal tools to formally protect the area, and ultimately created its first Heritage Conservation Area in 1997. The station also symbolizes the first partnership that occurred between the Township and a non-profit society (Langley Heritage Society) for a community-based conservation and restoration project of an important historic place. The Township owns the building and the society restored and then continues to manage it. This partnership played a lead role in focussing the community on heritage conservation issues and created a successful partnership model that the Township continues to use successfully for other heritage properties. The CNR Station is important for its historic transportation and commercial significance, for its architectural significance, and for its landmark status. Built in 1915 when Canadian Northern Railway felt there was enough business to warrant it, the station is a well designed and visually pleasing building. Its broad roof overhang, dominent eave brackets and irregular, dynamic massing evoke the importance and style of historic train travel. The addition of residential quarters above and the creation of a garden beside the station in 1918 added a sense of permanence. The garden was more than a place to grow food for the station master, it was also a place of pride, particularly when the station masters up and down the line would have competitions for "best garden". The garden seen now on the site is a recreation of what would have been there in the early twentieth century, even using original plant cuttings and seeds. The station speaks to the growth and settlement of Langley and to the agricultural development that occurred due toMichael Bublé
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