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The sign would survive subsequent fires and eventually wind up in its current role within the old Pub space. This shot is taken from essentially the same perspective as Image 1 and highlights some of the changes to the structure that occurred during the subsequent 57 years. The separate entrances still exist but of course without the intentions and stipulations of yesteryear.
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In Octoberas part of a plan to create a escort urban parcel designated for mixed-use redevelopment, both structures were taken down. The comprehensive redevelopment of downtown Chilliwack, east of Five Corners formally announced in July and slated to get underway in early may serve as the catalyst for a renaissance of other downtown areas. There are 6 images accompanying this article, each with a detailed narrative. In terms of popularity, location, longevity, selection, as well as the particular building which accommodated the operation, the Chilliwack Second Hand Store CSHS provided fond memories and bargains to Chilliwackians for much of the 20th century.
There is a structure still standing today on Victoria Avenue, just east of Young Road see Image 1which served as home to the CSHS for seven decades, and to this day many still associate it with the experience of second-hand shopping in Chilliwack and to a lesser extent, the sport of bowling. In fact, this building is arguably as memorable as the CSHS business itself. The CSHS was established in Marriott — see Image 2. The store was located at 14 Yale Road East, on the south side of the street, diagonally across from the new brick post office.
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