Colour slide of storage shelves in the Langley Centennial Museum's basement. There is a note on the back of the slide which reads "Artifact storage: new," indicating these shelves were likely new at the date of the photograph capture (1996). The shelves are blue-grey metal with foam lining the shelves; there are shelves of various heights to accommodate artifacts and boxes. The shelf in the photograph is centred in the image, with part of another shelf visible in the left foreground and another row of shelves visible in the right background. There is a white model of a covered wagon being pulled by an ox, with other white models of children riding a horse, and a cow, standing beside it on the top shelf. Below that are two shelves of white boxes, labelled with yellow labels. In the middle is a shelf with brown wood boxes and various smaller artifacts in front of them, and below that are two shelves of more white boxes with yellow labels; the first lower shelf with white boxes also has a small light coloured wooden box. The bottom shelf has various books, bags, and boxes stacked. There is a finger or thumb blurred in the top left of the image.