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This was a fun trip. I would definitely recommend it especially if you have kids. We took the first train at 1030 because the theme train later was all booked so if you want to do the Train robbery make sure you get your tickets...More
I have ridden on the Kettle Valley Railway many times. The Kettle Valley is a must do for the train buffs but also for the wine and vineyard enthusiast as the train weaves in and out of the numerous vineyards and orchards.
They also offer...More
Just the opportunity to stand next to and old working steam locomotive was worth the price of admission. Our kids had a great time playing an eye spy type bingo game which was handed out. I wish we could have been in the area during...More
Step back in time to days of steam driven glory.
What a wonderful experience. Not much is left of the former Kettle Valley Railway but the kilometres of track between Summerland and Trout Creek are grand.
The spit polished engine roars and chugs as the...More
We first went on the steam train 2 years ago and came back again for the train robbery. We had so much fun, everybody on the train joined in. There was a banjo player on the train along with the local sheriff and saloon girls...More
We booked tickets for the Great Train Robbery. So fun! I believe the train portion was the same route but the excitement of ‘robbers’ riding past the train on horseback and the sound of cap guns made the train ride feel much more like an...More
Step back in time at the authentic station house with many delights to taunt you inside. Step aboard the train and enjoy the sounds and sights as you wind through back mountains and over the famous tressel bridge.
We found the trip in a tourist brochure and booked online - that was the easy part. Finding the train depot was not easy at all, there are hardly any signs to guide you from highway 97. I wish driving instructions from highway 97 had...More
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The short answer is spring, summer, fall + part of December; Thursdays through Mondays or Fridays to Mondays. The longer answer is to take a look at their web site. A special feature is their "train robbery + barbeque... More
The short answer is spring, summer, fall + part of December; Thursdays through Mondays or Fridays to Mondays. The longer answer is to take a look at their web site. A special feature is their "train robbery + barbeque." - a couple of times during the summer. The strolling banjo player through the coaches is a nice added touch - I think it is just during July, August.