Old Railway Line in Cowichan Bay Vancouver Island

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VIPMedia

New Member
Here is a video from the old railway Line that went out to the docks,The track is still there., Back in the day Ships came in to port here and loaded with lumber.
[video=youtube;ncMKLbtvp84]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncMKLbtvp84[/video]
 

VIPMedia

New Member
This video show what it looked like in the 1950's . Go to min 2:14
[video=youtube;6b5GBPmwoZo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b5GBPmwoZo[/video]
 

CGW101c

CGW Fan
What cool video. Think of the labor and time involved to get that lumber to market. Now you can probably take that whole train load, put it in a container and have it in the ship in a couple of minutes. Also did you note the lumber tied to the front of the engine. Must be the train crew's bonus for the week.
 




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