May 2021 – COVID-19 news update
The Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society (FVHRS) Board of Directors has prepared and reviewed various COVID-19 protocols to provide protection for both the public and our volunteers. The Board will review the Public Health Office restrictions at the end of May.
We remain closed until COVID-19 public health restrictions are modified to allow group activities.
Our Guest Experience group is preparing innovative ideas and options to share our extensive BC Electric Railway (BCER) heritage collection with the local community.
The FVHRS is continuing maintenance restoration work on 1231.
Our priority throughout this challenging time is to create a safe environment for our Volunteers and the Public. The Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society will continue to provide a rich and entertaining heritage experience.
This year, the FVHRS celebrates its 20th anniversary, a milestone for our heritage railway society. Celebratory events, are being planned throughout the year. We look forward to welcoming you back to continue with us on the heritage railway Journey Through Time.
Much has been accomplished since 2001 when we started. There is a great deal more to look forward to as we move forward and complete the vision.
When our season does start
We are a volunteer group; we operate the Interurban on weekends only (Saturday and Sunday) subject to track availability.
We DO NOT operate on STAT HOLIDAY Mondays.
Our train schedule for all Saturdays and Sundays ONLY will be reviewed when we commence operating and may be revised according to what is allowed.
The usual operation is that trains start boarding 10 minutes prior to departure and passengers are encouraged to be at the station at least 15 minutes before departure.
The schedule that we ran last time was as follows but that may be revised when start up again.
• First Train: 10:00 am
• Second Train: 11:15 am
• Third Train: 12:30 pm
• Fourth Train: 1:45 pm
• Last Train: 3:00 pm
All trains depart from the Cloverdale Station (Hwy 10 & 176A St); round trip is 55 minutes duration. The route goes from Cloverdale to Sullivan Station (64 Ave. & 152 St.) and immediately returns to Cloverdale.
Cloverdale station opens @ 9:30 am – closes after the passengers return on the last train – usually about 4pm.
Operational dates and times are subject to track availability and equipment operation: Please check this page and our Facebook page for any schedule changes.
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.