SR-127: Tracks 1 - 3 discuss the Coates family, including Ralph W. S. Coates and Verna Beryl Coates, and farm. Langley Central School is described.
Track 4 discusses Coates' office work in Abbotsford and for the Municipality of Langley.
Tracks 5 - 6 describe the Depression's impact on farming people. Recreation activities such as picnics and trips to the PNE are also described.
Track 7 discusses World War II. Japanese, Chinese, and East Indian inhabitants of Langley are discussed, and internment is mentioned.
Tracks 8 - 9 describe the 1948 flood.
Track 10 discusses religion in Langley, including St. George's and St. Andrew's Anglican churches and the Anglican Young People's Group.
Track 11 discusses municipal politics including issues such as roads and recreational facilities.
Track 12 describes early roads in Langley, and shopping amenities.
Track 13 continues to discuss local politics.
Track 14 discusses Langley's location and proximity to Vancouver.
Track 15 briefly mentions that Coates never married.
Track 16 continues to discuss World War II.