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Bruce

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« on: June 23, 2022, 06:48:32 PM »

If anyone has suggestions on road-specific things to see in Victoria, I'm all ears. Heading up there soon and am not that familiar with the area, despite being "close" (as the crow flies).
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Re: Victoria, BC
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2022, 07:58:45 PM »

In addition to the mile 0 marker of the Trans-Canada Hwy, there is this old assembly (the 17 is covering a 23 or a 25) and a BC 1 shield

If you go to Butchart, the main road from BC 17 (Keating Cross Rd) has this unusual deer warning sign, plus when the road crosses BC 17A it is still concrete, which I don't really recall seeing much in British Columbia.

Otherwise I don't recall anything road-related in Victoria from my visit in 2014.

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Re: Victoria, BC
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2022, 08:27:06 PM »

In addition to the mile 0 marker of the Trans-Canada Hwy, there is this old assembly (the 17 is covering a 23 or a 25) and a BC 1 shield

If you go to Butchart, the main road from BC 17 (Keating Cross Rd) has this unusual deer warning sign, plus when the road crosses BC 17A it is still concrete, which I don't really recall seeing much in British Columbia.

Otherwise I don't recall anything road-related in Victoria from my visit in 2014.



Nice finds! I'll be sure to check these out, especially since the first two are within walking distance of already planned stops.
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