Blog posts : "logging"
The Comox Logging and Railway Company scuttled the boats between the late '30s and early '60s to form a breakwater.
“snuggled at the foot of a mountain slope and picturesquely located thirty miles west of Duncan.”
A new vein of coal had been discovered by drillers in the slope of the new shaft at Nanaimo River.
The area now known as Youbou was called Cottonwood in its early days.
Comox Logging and Railway Company started logging its 60,000-acre property north of Courtenay
just three of those "toothpicks" filled a rail car to overflowing.
Mayor Ken McRae has (very diplomatically) told the residents of Woss to put up or shut up
symbolized by crumbling old railbeds from steam-train logging,
June 1st 2010
B.C. VIEWS: A tale of two local governments
hey will have to get that railway to Cowichan Lake pretty quick”.
May 11th 2010
Past Forest Fires, Log Drives took their toll
Analyst doubts that new marine rail facility will do much to boost Vancouver Island's lagging rail trade
Jan 8th 2010
Rail freight business faces an uphill battle
A very welcome sequel to “Island Timber: A Social History of the Comox Valley Logging Company,
Jan 4th 2010
Blue collar heroes north of the Malahat
Western Forest Products will provide timber and milling facilities and the Steelworkers will arrange for volunteers to provide the manpower.
Oct 24 2009
Work could begin on Kinsol Trestle next spring
Log Train Trail,
Aug 16 2009
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