Leonora and Mt. Sicker Railway
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The Leonora and Mt. Sicker Railway was a 15-mile (24 km) mine narrow-gauge railway which hauled copper ore from Mount Sicker to tidewater at Crofton on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It operated from 1903 to 1908. There is at least one good general history of the railway.
- See White, Elwood and Wilkie, David, "Shays on the Switchbacks: A History of the Narrow Gauge Lenora, Mt. Sicker Railway" (1973, British Columbia Railway Historical Association).
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