Summerland, BC



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CP/KVR trackage

Photograph depicts CP/KVR trackae at the south end of the station in Summerland. The switch was put in by the restoration society. It was not there in CPR days.

Kettle Valley Railway Heritage Society

Photograph taken at the temporary upper terminus at the Prairie Valley station (near the Rodeo Grounds). The tourist train originally started with 4 kilometers of track, but in September 1996, it increased to 10 kilometers by continuing past Summerland to the Rodeo Grounds. Turn-around siding was also installed beyond the new terminus. The first train went over the new track on August 22, 1996. Summerland was down grade to the right of the photo.

KVR Historical Society

Photograph depicts a train that was reconditioned at the Forestry Museum in Duncan in 1995/6. At that location, Davies had seen its fire box being rebricked.

Woodings Rail Car

Photograph depicts a Woodings Rail car owned by Kettle Valley Steam (Heritage) Railway. Davies noted that it was a rare example to have seen in B.C. at the time. It was believed to have been a type that was favored by the CPR.