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Designation of Liverpool-Summerville Centre Trail
made under subsection 5(1) of the
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 476
O.I.C. 91-1049 (September 12, 1991), N.S. Reg. 203/91
The Governor in Council on the report and recommendation of the Minister of Lands and Forests dated the 18th day of July, A.D., 1991, and pursuant to Section 5(1) of Chapter 476 of the Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1989, the Trails Act, is pleased to designate all that area of land situate between Liverpool and Summerville Centre, in the County of Queens, Province of Nova Scotia, owned by Her Majesty in the right of the Province of Nova Scotia, to be a trail, the said area of land being described in Schedule “A” and shown in bold line on the plan marked Schedule “B”, both Schedules being attached to and forming part of the report and recommendation.
All and singular that certain lot, piece, or portion of the former Canadian National Railway right-of-way beginning at mile 2.12 at the intersection of the No. 3 Highway leading from Liverpool to Summerville Centre and following the said former Canadian National Railway right-of-way to mile 10.34 situate at the intersection of the No. 3 Highway at Summerville Centre as shown outlined in red on the enclosed plan.
Saving and reserving from the above described portion of the former Canadian National Railway right-of-way all public highway rights-of-way.