Roberts Bank is near the GCT Deltaport, on the outer harbour of Roberts Bank on the Pacific Ocean. The port is 85 hectares long (210 acres) and has a 1,100m (3,609ft) contiguous berth (GCT, web).

The port is long, juts out into the water and is full of continuous ship-to-rail activity.

Where the port meets the land, trains move shipping containers in and out and trucks carry goods along the roads and overpasses.

The beach stretches out perpendicular from the roadway; a sign indicates it is a hunting area for the Tsawwassen First Nation.

A short walk along the gravel road running next to the shoreline leads to a new housing development.

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