6 X 9 inches, 201 pages
Rails to Greenways
The Proceedings of a Conference August 13-15,1993
Edited by John Marsh
Frost Centre for Canadian Studies & Heritage Development
THOUSANDS OF KILOMETRES of railway lines, through cities, countryside and wilderness, are being abandoned. From coast to coast, such lines provide great opportunities for establishing much needed trails and greenways for recreational, fitness, educational, heritage and economic uses.
This first national conference offers a forum for recognizing these opportunities and considering these challenges.