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Heritage rail update for Cloverdale Chamber members

Neil Hanson and site supervisor Joel Taylor Monday at the new Cloverdale home of the Fraser  Valley Heritage Railway Society at 5535 176 Street, not far from the B.C. Electric Railway’s former Cloverdale Station. They hoped to begin pouring concrete today (Thursday) for the foundation of the new car barn. The big move is slated for the summer. - Paul Jubenvill Photo
Neil Hanson and site supervisor Joel Taylor Monday at the new Cloverdale home of the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society at 5535 176 Street, not far from the B.C. Electric Railway’s former Cloverdale Station. They hoped to begin pouring concrete today (Thursday) for the foundation of the new car barn. The big move is slated for the summer.
— image credit: Paul Jubenvill Photo

Local business leaders will learn more about future plans for the Interurban Railway and its return to Cloverdale at next month’s Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

The guest speaker is Terry Lyster, who will give an update on the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society’s plans to move from Sullivan to Cloverdale.

Find out about the new car barn being built in Cloverdale and plans for the Interurban Rail project for 2012.

The meeting is 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 10, at Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino Clubhouse. Email clovcham@axion.net or call 604-574-9802 for more information.



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