Midway (British Columbia)
Midway is a place in British Columbia in Canada.
The land of the present-day village was divided by the Midway Townsite Company in land, which was sold for $ 100 each. Midway was originally named Boundary City and was renamed by RC Adams later. Between 1890 and 1899, the population reached a peak of 6,000 during the Gold Rush. In 1899, the town got a connection to the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The place is by a mayor and a city council consisting of four members, elected for four years, managed.
In Midway the Kettle Valley Rail Trail begins.
In Midway, there is a grass runway for light aircraft.
- Location in British Columbia
- Location in North America
- Regional District of Kootenay Boundary