The Anyox General store was one of two stores in the community. It was the company store that was owned and ran by the Granby Compaany. The other store was “Franks” or Frank Lew Luns and it was one of the only non company owned buildings in the town. The General store got shipments of fresh fruit, vegetables and milk twice a week. An interesting side note is that the company did try and have fresh milk by bringing in 12 dairy cows but the Smelter killed off all the vegetation in Anyox and there was no grass for them forage on and they were eventually condemned for being sickly and sent to the incinerator. The store really was the hub of the town and on saturdays and paydays it was bustling with activity. The store sits on the ocean and is one of the first structures one sees when entering Granby Bay, It is 117 ft long and 60 ft wide and three stories high. It sold groceries, postoffice, clothing, furnishings etc. The store is an eerie place now as a forest of trees has taken over where the rows of canned goods and ladies fashions once sat. The branches have climbed there way through the roof and windows and break the beams of sunlight that try and penetrate the floor.