The H.M.S. Egeria plaque marks the spot which was used by the Royal Navy to initially survey Coal Harbour and the early area of Vancouver.
There is a concrete slab here with a plaque.
The inscription on the concrete slab says:
The plaque says:
This concrete slab was set by the Royal Engineers in 1865 and was used as a survey point in 1898 by the Royal Navy Survey Ship H.M.S. Egeria.
The H.M.S. Egeria Plaque in Stanley Park is located just off of the bicycle path of the Stanley Park Seawall between the Harry Jerome Statue and the Nine O'Clock gun.
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