The Hollow Tree
Watch April 20, 11:00pm
For well over a century, visitors to Vancouver’s Stanley Park have posed for photos in the Hollow Tree. But when the 2006 windstorm ripped through the park, the already weak tree developed an ominous lean. As debate erupts over the future of the iconic attraction, a small team of engineers, historians and arborists comes up with a plan to preserve the once-towering tree.
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