Ladsymith, BC

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CPR Ladysmith

Photograph taken at mile 59.6. On the right, the image captures grade crossing of CPR Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway and Comox Logging and Railway Company which is on the left. Camera aimed towards the north. Has a 15 miles per hour speed restric...

Ladysmith

Photograph depicts the a sign about 200 yards away from depot aadjacent to the Island highway. It was probably erected within the last 9 months as a result of the Canadian Transport Commission's investigation of the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Ra...

Ladysmith, diamond crossing

Photograph depicts the crossing between the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway (the camera is facing these tracks) and Comox Logging and Railway Company. The guard tower was manned at 7:00 p.m. and had its roof recently reshingled. It faces southward.

Ladysmith, diamond crossing

Photograph depicts the Ladysmith diamond crossing, looking north from the highway. Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway is visible on the right and in the centre. On the left are the Comox Logging and Railway Company lines. Strings of disused log cars ...

Ladysmith, diamond crossing

Photograph depicts disused cars on the CPR spur just north of the crossing between the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway and Comox Logging and Railway Company (Division of Crown Zellerbach Canada Ltd.)

Ladysmith, diamond crossing

Photograph depicts disused log cars standing on spurs immediately north of the crossing between Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway and Comox Logging and Railway Company. Both track cars are owned by CPR. Note: protection signals are located on the ri...