Blog posts : "duncan"
to explore a commuter service for the western communities of Greater Victoria
Bill could reach $4 million to run Duncan-to-Victoria service for year
The trestle was built in 1929 to link Victoria to Nootka Sound to transport timber.
It has come together piece by piece, nail by nail, dollar by dollar.
Coleman won a contest through the South Cowichan Rotary club
all train operators must come to a stop at the intersection and essentially look both ways before crossing the street.
The Kinsol Trestle project should be complete this year, with people able to walk across it by July at the latest.
now the Cowichan Valley Trail, was a memorable, almost haunting experience.
27 per cent increase faced by Duncan’s Top Shelf Feeds, the only feed mill on Vancouver Island.
Funding includes about $300,000 from local taxpayers, plus B.C. Transit grants.
a 14-year-old Duncan boy was struck by a train while zoning out with headphones
The owner of Cowichan’s Top Shelf Feeds says rising rail rates are a low blow threatening the future of island businesses
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.
No go: Province says not enough demand, population to justify cash for E&N line
July 14th 2010
Kent, Bruce hopeful despite province's stand on rail funding
issued a ticket for $109 and had two points taken off her licence.
May 5th 2010
Car crashes into train in Duncan
The incident happened at about 9:45 a.m., as the train was heading north.
April 30th 2010
Train and car collide in Duncan
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