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A quartet of historic Cowichan Valley railway-trestle bridges,

Hard work, luck combined to save historic structure from demolition

now the Cowichan Valley Trail, was a memorable, almost haunting experience.

We sold a number of excess artifacts to Port Alberni, and have loaned artifacts to Mackenzie, Valemount

The first steam locomotive in the train is Hillcrest Lumber Company #10, a 70-ton, three-truck "Climax" geared logger built in 1928.

A short portion of the ties and stringers had been gutted, but the trestle overall was still intact

The owner of Cowichan’s Top Shelf Feeds says rising rail rates are a low blow threatening the future of island businesses

start light rail

July14th 2010

 

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providing Vancouver Island and coastal B.C. industries with direct rail

Cowichan Valley's "rails to trails," the final stretch of the CNR's Cowichan Subdivision is the orphan.

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