Blog posts : "history"

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

Comox Logging and Railway Company started logging its 60,000-acre property north of Courtenay

Beyond the Valley: Comox Logging Moves Down-island

would replace a 30-year-old swing bridge that had carried only trains and, I'm sure, the occasional pedestrian.

If you want to track history on southern Vancouver Island, it's not that hard to do.

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

More News Items on the Nanaimo Train Station

the E&N Railway station, which remains damaged from a 2007 fire.

Second book in trilogy about Comox logging

Victoria BC Bridge's future up for debate

Vancouver Island property is not up for dicussion.

March 31 2009

Government responds to rights complaint

Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group members say 270,000 hectares of traditional territory were illegally confiscated from them as part of the 1884 E&N Railway grant. The Vancouver Island property is now privately owned and not up for discussion at the trea…

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