Horseshoe (1 of 4) of probably hundreds dug up during Glover Road road work at Mavis Street (north east corner), Fort Langley, in the spring of 2005. When what was being unearthed was brought to the attention of the LCM, an employee was sent down to retrieve what was left of the horseshoes. Many, however, were collected by passing people. The site is significant because Fort Langley's first blacksmith shop was built there by James John Taylor, a former HBC employee and owner of the Langley (then Fort Langley) Hotel. Taylor trained First Nations men to work at the shop while he ran the hotel. He later sold the blacksmith shop to William McIntosh. William McIntosh became an early Langley police officer, and was Dr. Marr's father-in-law.