[kag] Re: Great News

  • From: <Lucas.DG@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 09:10:57 -0400

Hlo all
I could not see the map, but it makes sense - the old railway line went down 
along in front of Fort Frontenac, past city hall and the railway station (now 
tourist info).
There was a small freight yard where confederation fountain is, and the tracks 
carried on block D, where the Montreal Locomotive works were.  The railway 
engine "Spirit of Sir John A" was built here in Kingston, at those works.
There is an excellent aerial photo of all this at Red Lobster.
Oh my God... I am such a nerd.

-----Original Message-----
From: kag-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:binrat@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, 24, May, 2006 08:51 AM
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Subject: [kag] Great News

I picked up this weeks Kingston This Week newspaper and there is a insert from 
the City of Kingston in regards to their "Group of 7 Community Priorities".

How does this affect us, very simple, they want to EXTEND the K & P Trail from 
Little Catarqui Creekto Orser Road and by the looks of the map could even start 
at the Causeway.

I smell many new caches in the future, woo hoo.

Here is the City's website on the entire project. 

Binrat  <http://www.cityofkingston.ca/cityhall/strategic/seven/> 

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