List of World War II-era fortifications on the British Columbia Coast
This is a list of World War II-era fortifications on the British Columbia Coast.
- Fort Rodd Hill, originally built in the 19th century to defend Victoria and CFB Esquimalt
- Albert Head, 9.2 inch guns, counter bombardment battery during WWII
- Mary Hill
- Christopher Point Battery - 1941-44 -2 x 8 inch M1888 american railway guns
- Duntze Head
- Ogden Point Battery - 1939-1943 with better guns replaced Breakwater Battery in 1944
- Black Rock battery - 1893-1956
- Macaulay Point, 3 gun battery dating back to 1878
- Golf Hill (WW II 1940-44 position), 2 x 12 pdr quick-firing Anti Motor Torpedo Boat (AMTB) guns
- Point Grey, 3 6" guns and Director tower, now the site of the Museum of Anthropology at UBC, although one gun position and tunnel entrances remain.
- Ferguson Point, Stanley Park
- First Narrows Gantry, two 12pdr QF guns. Demolished in the 70's
- Steveston, one 18pdr field gun, later replaced by two 25pdr field guns Ordnance QF 25 pounder
- Signal Hill (Needs Restoration)
- Sailing Directions for British Columbia. United States Navy, Hydrographic Office. 1941. p. 144.
- Watson Island
- Command post
- Majewski, Teresita; Gaimster, David (7 June 2009). International Handbook of Historical Archaeology. Springer. p. 518. ISBN 978-0-387-72071-5.
- Macaree, Mary; Macaree, David (4 April 2014). 109 Walks in British Columbia's Lower Mainland: Revised & Updated Seventh Edition. Greystone Books Ltd. p. 85. ISBN 978-1-77100-000-0.