Vintage Car part Organized by Andy Cordonier
Photos by Dave Dickinson

It turns out the KHR is not getting track time now from CN as they have too many coal trains passing by which means the track can not be tied up.
I understand it is addiontal 105 coal trains a month.

The Rocky Mountaineer has also lost their use of loading and unloading of passengers at the old CN station

These volunteers were collecting donations in a section house at the entrance to the grounds

Ray Henry tries out the siren

Andy had arranged through John Bone that our Chapter would bring the club's Fire Truck, Wrecker & Dodge over
to be part of the static display

Bryan Vye bought his 1929 Dodge

Andy Cordonier drove his 1957 International

Where as Ray Henry brought his 1964 Valiant
I tried to get an over all view of what was happening for the day in the photos

Terry Davidson, Andy Cordonier enjoy the sun and
visit with KHR president Shirlee Ezowski

Andy is still there when Gerry Wallin & Sue Wilson stopped by

One of the KHR volunteers said that I should be included

One car is set up as a class room

Volunteers where on board to explain the different cars

The train model shows how dowtown Kamloops
looked years ago.

They are lucky having this dining car as it is very rare to have one in such good condition

There is two open cars that were greatly appreciated by the passengers during the summer excursions

Andy & Jeanette Noordam
drove the clubs Fire Truck today for us
John Bone drove the Dodge
Terry Davidson was leading the way in the Wrecker when they had
to wait at the crossing on 4th Ave for one of the105 coal trains

The Kamloops Heritage Railway sent the Vintage Car
a nice thank you for helping make their Open House a success.

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