Blog posts : "cowichan"

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

they've elected to again lend their support to the Island Corridor Foundation's plans

issued a challenge to the Cowichan Valley Regional District

the complacent majority have made perfectly clear through their editorial letters and votes they want no part of expensive commuter service

including commercial transport vehicles, by funding a useable railway on this Island.

Eighteen Speeders traveled across Cowichan last month

The B.C. Electric were urged to come in but hesitated at the small amount of business in sight.

Construction on the Kinsol Trestle Rehabilitation project got underway earlier this month.

Work finally began yesterday to fix up the historic Kinsol Trestle,

The miniature railway train ride was a big hit with children and adults alike

Trees of two and three feet diameter now grow up on this former narrow gauge railway grade from the turn of the last century

Pedestrians crossed the river using the E&N and the CN railway trestles,

the historic Kinsol Trestle railway bridge will finally begin a multi-million-dollar facelift

Cowichan Valley Museum and Shawnigan Lake Museum want to hear your story of the historic landmark

The Kinsol Trestle is the only missing link in the section of the Cowichan Valley Trail route.

hey will have to get that railway to Cowichan Lake pretty quick”.

The Esquimalt and Nanaimo railway established Cowichan Station in the mid 1800s

Trans Canada Trail is destined to become a world-class recreational draw when the Kinsol Trestle is restored

Trans Canada Trail to see the Kinsol Trestle near Shawnigan Lake.

high-frequency 24-hour "bullet train" service.

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