1 photograph : b&w ; of a street view of Old Yale Road (now Fraser Highway) in Langley Prairie. There is a caption on the bottom left of the photograph that reads, "LANGLEY PRAIRIE B.C." The caption at the bottom right corner reads, "Nova / Langley." There are two pedestrians seen walking in the middle of the street. The street is lined on both sides with parallel parked automobiles, utility polls, and businesses. Some signs of the businesses are visible on the left side of the image, a sign on the closest business reads, "J. G. BE[?]TY & SON / FUR[NI]TURE / RANGES & APPLIANCES." The next business has multiple signs on it, they read, "[?]RAGE [PR]ODUCTS," "[D]UCKWORTH'S," "76," and "B - A."
The right side of the image shows a sign that reads, "JACK'S / TAXI." Beyond this there are trees before businesses the right side of the street turns into businesses. The signs on the right side of the image are illegible except for a sign protruding from the second closest building that reads, "[H]OTEL."