Map is the Edmonton, Dunvegan, and British Columbia railway route map, Edmonton-Smith division, Mile 0 to Mile 131. Produced by the Office of Chief Engineer, 21 Nov 1918. The map depicts the railway route drawn in red heading north starting from the northwest boundary of Edmonton, past St. Albert, along the Pembina River and Athabasca River to Lesser Slave River. St. Albert settlement is shown with river lots.
Technical drawing of Old McKenney avenue (now Sir Winston Churchill avenue) sewage lift station. Drawing contains piping schedule, plan of pump floor, side view of pump station, and view of the top entrance of the pump station. The drawing was done by Walker & Newby Ltd.
Fun Map of St. Albert depicts a cartoon drawing map of mainly the St. Albert downtown area and the businesses located there. The back of the map contains a business directory of the businesses that sponsored the map as well as a schedule of festivals and events in St. Albert, and some advertisements.