Burnaby Lake Line

From Dominion of British Columbia

The Burnaby Lake Line was an electrified 14.8 mile interurban railway line of the British Columbia Electric Railway running from Carrall Street in Vancouver to New Westminster. It was closed in 1953; much of the right of way through Burnaby, between Douglas and Stormont Road, was used for the Inter-Dominion Highway.

Route

The section between Carrall Street and East 3rd Avenue was shared with the Central Park Line.

Burnaby Lake Line
Station Milepost Connecting lines Notes
Carrall Street 0.0 - Car barn
Strathcona Park 1.3 -
Clark Drive 1.7 -
Britannia Park 2.0 -
East 3rd Avenue 2.6 Central Park Line
East 6th Avenue 2.8 -
Victoria 3.1 -
Nanaimo 3.5 -
Slocan 3.7 -
Renfrew 4.1 -
Windermere 4.4 -
Cassiar 4.7 -
Horne Payne 5.1 -
Gilmore 5.6 -
Queens 6.1 -
Douglas 6.9 -
Sprott 7.9 -
Burnaby Lake 8.5 -
Rayside 9.0 -
Vorce 9.3 -
Laursen 9.6 -
Hill 10.1 -
Cumberland Road 10.5 -
Stormont Road 10.9 -
Cariboo Road 11.3 -
Golf Links 12.0 -
Sapperton 12.4 -
New Westminster 14.8 Fraser Valley Line
Westminster–Eburne Line