Since UBC moved to Point Grey in 1925, the University has worked on campus planning. While many new buildings have been constructed, several campus facilities have been demolished, renovated, or absorbed into other buildings for various reasons; for example, to make room for future development and providing better services. If you are interested in discovering our past, join us on a trip to explore the photographs and sketches of these vanished buildings from the UBC Archives Photograph Collection.
Home Economics Building
Piggery and Dairy Barn
We hope you find this journey enlightening. To explore more buildings that no longer exist on campus and learn what happened to them, please check out UBC Archives Photograph Collection and University of British Columbia Archives.