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Category Archives: Courtenay River
Field sawmill wharf – Courtenay River In September 2017, Project Watershed and the K’ómoks First Nation reached an agreement with Interfor to purchase and restore the former Field sawmill site on the Courtenay River near the 17th street bridge. Kus-kus-sum … Continue reading
Clouds over Simms Park, Courtenay Related Posts:Courtenay River time lapseCourtenay – 5th Street BridgeCourtenay – Under the bridgeCourtenay – A rainy day
Clouds and swirling water – the Courtenay River as viewed from Simms Park, upstream of the 5th Street Bridge. Related Posts:Courtenay – 5th Street BridgeAt night – Courtenay 5th Street BridgeCourtenay – Under the bridgeA bridge over a short river
Clouds, cars, people and a truck making an illegal turn – lots happening here in this time lapse adjacent to Simms Park and the 5th Street Bridge in Courtenay. Related Posts:At night – Courtenay 5th Street BridgeCourtenay River time lapseA … Continue reading
A pair of 360° videos of 5th Street at the intersection of Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay A 360° still image of the same intersection And above, a 360° view of the 5th Street Bridge and the Courtenay River Related Posts:5th … Continue reading
All that remains of the Field Sawmill site along Dike Road (Comox Road) Related Posts:Courtenay River – Field Sawmill wharfField Sawmill wharf – Black and whiteField Sawmill wharfSmit Field
The Field Sawmill wharf – it’s pretty much the last major reminder of the Courtenay River’s industrial heritage. If you look between the 5th Street Bridge and the Comox Estuary you will see pilings and a few smaller wharfs – … Continue reading
Looking up the Courtenay River from the Field Sawmill wharf You can likely use typical mobile device controls to scroll around the image, as well as zoom in and out. On a computer the mouse can be used to … Continue reading
It’s a bit of a bother to get to, but the old Field Sawmill wharf is a piece of Courtenay history that provides some great views along the Courtenay River. Above, looking downstream toward the Courtenay Air Park and marina. … Continue reading