Today, this building is extant and is home (not inappropriately) to a shop called LightForm. The one big difference in this structure, however, is that the street-level has now been enclosed. No longer do interurban trains coast into and out of there. This is probably just as well, as the traffic entanglements at the junction of Hastings and Carrall, with interurbans leaving and entering the area were significant even in 1937; imagine how little patience today’s drivers would have if there were still a BCER terminus there!
Happy New Year to all my faithful readers!
Thanks for your support in 2017! I look forward to learning more about Vancouver’s past with you in 2018 . . .