Thanks for the Memories



This will be my last post for the Port Moody Station Museum. For those of you who haven’t heard, I have a new position at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site¬†which begins next week. I have greatly enjoyed my time here. I’ve made many friends and learned much about what makes a museum tick. Thank you to the board of the Heritage Society and to the Port Moody community for making me feel so welcome. Thank you also to the manager of this museum, Jim Millar for his kindness and bestowing on me some of his expertise in heritage management. I will miss you all but take with me many wonderful memories. Please come see me sometime if you’re ever in Steveston.


Rebecca Clarke



  1. Judy Lees says:

    Best of Luck in your new career Rebecca! Sorry to see you go! I have enjoyed all the email contacts with you. The “Tracks in Time” publication is excellent! I have really enjoyed reading all about my home town while living in Ontario! Thanks for all your input.


  2. Jim Millar says:

    I also have great memories, Can’t blame you for taking such a great career opportunity.
    Thanks for all your help. Writing the book with you is a life’s milestone; can stroke it off my bucket list.
    Sorry for not posting sooner but had to wait until all my hopes of you coming back had passed.
    Best Wishes

  3. Alex Lee says:

    Wish you best luck Rebecca, I enjoyed my time in the Port Moody Train Station as a volunteer. Even though you are not here, I would go back to the museum some time and help!

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