Blog posts : "esquimalt"

It is the first major suspension of service in the E&N's 125-year history.

Solid freight traffic is the backbone of a working rail service and that just won't happen without a major resource industry renaissance.

After 125 years of continuous service, Vancouver Island’s E&N Railway has reached the end of the line unless senior levels of government step forward

Additional trains would however increase noise, dust, diesel-emission pollution and create greater safety hazards for all of us.

the train's whistle will not only "blast her from bed," but sound out throughout the morning and afternoon.

The E&N Rail Trail will be detoured away from the rail right-of-way

The Island Corridor Foundation (ICF) has drawn up the $30 million plan for track enhancements,

The plan’s reluctance toward development of the E&N Railway for light rail transit was a mistake,

Construction of the E&N Trail will include a bridge to nowhere --

A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY MARKS THE THE GRAND OPENING OF THE ADMIRALS AND COLVILLE INTERSECTION.

Properties have attracted potential investors, Alberta developer says

registered interest in the Goldstream and Malahat areas, which the E&N corridor traverses.

Thanks to Bill Irvine for sending me this great video to share with everyone

123rd anniversary of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway.

Oct 4 2009

All aboard the E&N

New Events

E&N rail days is coming Sept 26th 2009

Come on down to the Victoria Round house or the Langford station and see what is happening with the railway on the island on the 26th.  you can take the dayliner between the 2 locations so commuting isnt a problem.  Take pictures before the construction starts …

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CONTRACT TO BUILD A NEW INTERSECTION AT COLVILLE AND ADMIRALS ROAD.

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway dayliner is one of Via’s best kept secrets.

Eploring a new path

"The Nanaimo - Esquimalt Rail and the Fraser Valley rail systems are subject to big studies

Ministry of Transportation study of the E&N railway corridor for commuter and freight rail.

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