In 1986, the World Exposition on Transportation and Communication (aka Expo 86) was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, and McDonald’s was discovered to have the greatest display. So the “McBarge” was constructed on the waters of False Creek. The second floating McDonald’s restaurant of the world was assumed to be new technologies in the region and the centerpiece of waterfront development.
Sadly, the McBarge as unpopular as its creators had expected, and has since been abandoned. But fortunately, through a peculiar Canadian maritime law loophole, the men at Vancouver’s Worst Ghost Hunters got accessibility and filmed what is left of it.
As a man who gets seasick inanely simple, the mix of devouring fast food and being outside on the water does not just entice me, so I can see why this place closed down.
Since the filming, the barge was moved to Maple Ridge, British Columbia, where it was refit. Seemingly, it is going to be a brand new draw in an undisclosed place.