1 photograph : col. ; 20.3 X 25.4 cm. This is a photograph of the historical Milner Chapel, circa 2008, after it was moved to its new location. In the photograph, the church is seen from the front, the photographer standing back at approximately street level. The church is white with dark brown window trim and roofs. It is comprised of one small rectangular building with another building attached to the back. The small rectangular building's side faces the street, having a bell tower and entrance with stairs attached to that side. On either side of the entrance, there are long two-panel windows with triangular trim at the top. There is a small, decorative pine tree to the right of the stairs. The side visible to the camera, running along to the attached building in the back, has four similar windows along the centre. The attached building in the back is perpendicular to the church and has a darker-coloured roof. On either side of the chapel, there are deciduous trees of different kinds including at least two willow trees. The property is bordered by white picket fences, with an open, un-gated area allowing people to walk into the chapel grounds. To the right of this open entrance, there is a sign saying, "Historic/ MILNER CHAPEL/ Non-Denominational/ FOR RENT [Phone] (604)313-3910/ [?? obscured by plants] Special Events" and another sign with a logo showing an old-fashioned house with pine trees around it and below, "HERITAGE/ RESTORATION INC./ firstname.lastname@example.org/604-880-0210". There is a strip of grass bordering the picket fence, with a gravel sidewalk running next to it. In the background, the sky is blue, clear, and sunny. The back of the photograph shows the Fujifilm watermark as well as a vertical computer-printed line across the centre.