The King George VI Tree is an unmarked oak tree at Chaythoos. There is no plaque to commemorate this tree at this time. This tree is all but forgotten now except for a few references including this web page.
It once had a plaque that read:
King George VI Oak
Planted on the day of his coronation May 12th, 1937
Near this spot Lord Stanley Governor General of Canada dedicated this park to the City of Vancouver October 29, 1889.
The King George VI Oak Tree is located at Chaythoos which is between Lumbermens' Arch and the Lions Gate Bridge.
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