Kamloops Heritage Railway

UPDATE:  July 30, 2015

The latest news is that we are waiting for a part, and with the long weekend upon us, we will not be running until next week AT LEAST!  Enjoy the BC Day sunshine and stay safe.

Keep watching this space for announcing our first run of the year!

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NEW & EXCITING:  Have you ever wondered about the beautiful old CN station? Are you curious about all those railcars down by Pioneer Park?  Do you know why Bill Miner is part of our folklore?  Then you will be as excited as we are about our new partnership with the downtown CAP team!  The Kamloops Ambassadors in red will give Train Heritage guided walking tours starting August 15! To make an appointment, call 250 572 3017.

DATES & TIMES:  Saturday August 15: 2-4 pm; Sunday 16: 2-5 pm; Tuesday 18:  2-4 pm; Friday 21: 2-4 pm; Tuesday 25: 2-4 pm; Thursday 27: 2-4 pm.

bullet imagebullet imagePreserving Canada's Heritage

Steam Back Into History aboard one of the Kamloops Heritage Railway's Railtours and Special Events Trains. At the heart of the railway is the KHR 2141 steam locomotive 'Spirit of Kamloops'. Lovingly restored over an 8-year period (1993 - 2001) by a group of dedicated volunteers, the 2141 was brought back to life after sitting in a city park for over 33 years. On June 15th, 2002, she carried her first passengers on a short one hour trip to the CN Junction and back signalling the start-up of a premier tourism attraction in the region.


 Spirit of Kamloops summer railtour  departs from the Heritage CN Station at  510 Lorne Street, on Fridays, Saturdays  and Mondays.
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 History of 2141 & KHR

 The locomotive was built in 1912 in  Kingston, Ontario as a coal-burning  engine.  It spent its early years...
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 Society Information

 What is the purpose of the Kamloops  Heritage Railway Society and how can  you join?
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