VANCOUVER, B.C. - A Stanley Park landmark was significantly damaged late Tuesday, Sept. 18, in another arson to hit the park.
The Brockton Oval clubhouse, a landmark built in 1927 and restored in 1984, sustained about $200,000 in damage when a fire set in a nearby trash bin spread to its roof, according to The Province newspaper of Vancouver. Another bin fire set Tuesday night damaged the fence by Malkin Bowl.
While investigators believe those two are related, they aren't sure if there's any connection to arson fires in June that destroyed the Stanley Park Miniature Railway red station house and damaged cars by the horse-drawn tours stable.