Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society Chair, John Sprung, begins the dedication for the new Frank Horne Heritage Rail Discovery Centre (Photo by Kieran O’Connor/Black Press Media)

Cloverdale car barn dedicated as Frank Horne Discovery Centre

The Cloverdale Station played host to a series of Canada day celebrations

This Saturday, members of the community visited the Cloverdale Station to go for rides on the velocipede, the speeder and a 100-year-old Interurban railcar.

The car barn has been officially dedicated as the Frank Horne Discovery Centre by the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society.

Dedication ceremony for Frank Horne. #cloverdale #railway

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Horne was former BC Electric Railway motorman and commonly known as the face of the FVHRS.

READ MORE: Surrey Heritage Rail to host Canada Day celebrations


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