National Geographic : 1958 Aug
Rubber-shod horses draw rubber-tired Tallyho, one of Victoria's open-air sightseeing coaches. The wagon team pauses for water beside one of the city's many flower-decked lampposts. Turreted Empress Hotel overlooks the inner harbor. 186 Kodachromes by David S. Boyer, National Geographic Staff © N.G.S . Bagpipes skirl a welcome to excursionists. Vic toria's Bruce Hutchison, describing his city, wrote: "Canadians and Americans, even the English, poured in here and, having average intelligence, refused to go home again."