The Narcisse railway crossing near Churches Thrift Shop will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 26. (Martha Wickett/Salmon Arm Observer)

Prepare to use only the railway crossing at Salmon Arm’s Marine Park Thursday

CP Rail has put up signs alerting the public that the Narcisse crossing will be closed Sept. 26

If you are heading to Churches Thrift Shop or perhaps Peter Jannink Nature Park tomorrow, be prepared to take the long way around.

Canadian Pacific Railway signs on both sides of the Narcisse crossing near the thrift shop state the crossing will be closed on Thursday, Sept. 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A check with CP revealed that “it’s for regular crossing work.”

For those heading to the lake side of the tracks, the crossing at Marine Park will remain open.

Read more: Ross Street underpass predicted to be September-to-September project

Read more: B.C. home to third most train derailments across Canada


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