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Category Archives: bridges
The E&N rail line is widely know as connecting Courtenay and Victoria, but there’s also the Port Alberni Sub, a 39 mile long branch line that runs from Parksville, over the Alberni Summit, to Port Alberni. The E&N trestle over … Continue reading
Tsolum River Facility – Headquarters Creek The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Tsolum River Facility is one of those places that are just a bit difficult to find, partly because it is actually located on Headquarters Creek, but more so … Continue reading
The bridge over Harris Cove at the mouth of the San Juan River – Port San Juan Related Posts:The bridge over Roche CovePort San JuanVictoria – the MosaicNimpkish River bridge
The Duncan Bay Main logging road bridge over the Puntledge River – just upstream of Stotan falls. This is a popular Comox Valley swimming spot, but also one that became embroiled in controversy when 3L Developments, the owner of the … Continue reading
Buckley Bay and Denman Island on a foggy west coast fall day Related Posts:BC Ferries – Buckley BayMV QuinitsaBC Ferries – Buckley BayBC Ferries Buckley Bay – The herring fleet
My view of the Johnston Street Bridge replacement project Related Posts:Johnston Street bridge replacementVictoria – Johnston StreetVictoria – Soon to be forgottenJohnston Street Bridge – the last cars
A fall scene at the Comox Lake Logging Road bridge Red, yellow and orange leaves – a spectacular fall day at Comox Lake. The Comox Lake Recreation Area provides access to multi-use trails along the Puntledge River, and some great … Continue reading
The Bridge over Dirty Creek For some reason I felt compelled to stop and take a picture of the bridge over Dirty Creek. Perhaps because it’s an interesting name for a creek, as are Lost Shoe 1 and Lost Shoe … Continue reading
The wooden pile Roche Cove bridge on Gillespie Road spans the stream that connects Roche Cove and Sooke Harbour. Related Posts:BC Ferries – Quathiaski CoveQuathiaski CoveFord CoveTelegraph Cove – Kayaking
Rideau Canal locks 1, 2, and 3 descending to the Ottawa River, and the Alexandra Bridge crossing into Gatineau, Quebec Related Posts:Ottawa River – a winter dayOttawa – Across the riverOttawa River – a winter rest for cruise shipsC-ILRP