Our mission: To restore and to operate heritage interurban cars on the original BC Electric Railway Route through Surrey and the Fraser Valley to link heritage tourism destinations.
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Are you ready for a very scary ride? If so, join us on a Halloween Special event ride on Sat. Oct 24 or Sun. Oct 25 for the Haunted Halloween Ghost Train. Tickets must be purchased by Oct. 11th at the Cloverdale Station.
This weekend BCER 1225 will leave the Cloverdale Station at the scheduled times on our regular trip to Sullivan and return.
For the remainder of our regular 2015 season, to Thanksgiving (Oct 11), we will operate (5 trains each Saturday and Sunday day) without interruptions. Our regular run will be from the Cloverdale Station to Sullivan and return. Please be aware that we may still experience (very ) occasional delays due to other freight activity or track maintenance. Ticket price ($10 adults, $5 juniors) is for the ride on BCER 1225.
After your trip please enjoy the historic car barn tours, a Speeder ride, an opportunity to try our new 'simulator' and to check out the restored Velocipede. The Car Barn tour, speeder rides and Velocipede will be an additional $5 for adults, no charge for juniors.
all times are departure from Cloverdale:
Tickets for BCER 1225 are available up to 15 minutes before departure. Adults $10 return, Children up to 12 years $5 return
Tickets for speeder rides and carbarn tour, Children up to 12 free. Adults $5
The Velocipede. Director Harry Taylor operating, with BCER 1225 in the background standing at Cloverdale Station. Photo by Ray Hudson.
Please check our facebook page for any updates. All times and schedules subject to track availability.
We are a volunteer group, we operate the Interurban on weekends only (Saturday and Sunday, subject to track availability) until the Thanksgiving weekend.
As with any railway, motive power, schedules and fares are subject to change without notice. Adverse weather conditions or technical/safety problems may prevent operations.
Please do not park in the Clydesdale inn or Country Diner parking lots adjacent to the station when riding the interurban.
We are planning some special events for the 2015 season. Please check back for more news on Halloween and Christmas events.
We ask for a half day, to a full day, of your time at a minimum once a month. We provide training, opportunity to try many roles with our Crews, and possibly a good time with a great crew. Interested? Please call 604.574.9056 and we will tell you more.
For an idea of the history of rail in Surrey, see this video from the Surrey Archives on YouTube.
We are pleased to welcome you aboard. This is possible with the generous support of:
Visit us at the Cloverdale Station, foot of 176A St, just south of HWY 10 (56 Ave) in Surrey. We are across the street from the original Surrey City Hall, now the Surrey Archives, which is next to the Surrey Museum.
Check our FAQ page for answers. Still not answered? send us a note.
There are 19 spaces to the east of the station, and additional parking on-street on 176th Street and 176A Street. Lots of parking in the Cloverdale Town Center.
The Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society has some pretty special neighbours: Clover Square Mall has many restaurants, stores and services. For Pub fare, there are Rusty’s and the Clydesdale Inn, and beside it the Coast Country Diner for a great breakfast or lunch.
We’d like to suggest that you drop in and visit these fine businesses, as well as the other civic amenities including the the Surrey Museum, the Surrey Archives, the Vintage Truck Museum, and walk historic Cloverdale main street. We hope you enjoy our neighbourhood while you are visiting us.
We are most pleased to bring you a Centenary Celebration of the B.C. Electric Railway Fraser Valley line. This publication looks at some of the events over the past 100 years on the BCER line, and a glimpse of what might be in the near future.
Written by Ray Hudson and Henry Ewert, this includes a few images rarely seen along with sections of the map of the BCER 1909-1950 created by David Reuss.
Our thanks to our partners and sponsors: Surrey Heritage Advisory Commission, SRY Rail Link, Buchanan Printing and The Leader.
You will need the (free) Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the publication.
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