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Views, lands, communities & politics: The E & N Railway as a cultural artefact

Johnson Street Bridge in Victoria from the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line that ran along bridge, photograph from July 1996 Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line south of Courtenay, Vancouver Island,  photograph from July 1996 by Gordon Brent Ingram

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Victoria West to the Malahat July 1996

               

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Victoria to north of Qualicum

         

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Victoria to Courtenay * March 1990

                   

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