BACKSHOP TOUR

BACK SHOP TOURS WILL BE AVAILABLE SPRING OF 2020

PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE FOR MORE INFO

1 HOUR | 5 RAILCARS | 1 BEAUTIFUL LOCOMOTIVE

Want to get a behind-the-scenes as well as an up close and personal tour of our steam engine and historic rail cars? 

You will walk through the train and experience her history, visit the unique cafe lounge and explore our restored caboose. Then we will make our way to our sparkling gem, the steam locomotive 2141 aka The Spirit of Kamloops.

As ours is a working engine, she may be undergoing weekly maintenance and finishing touches.  All the more interesting, as you may meet our Engineer or dedicated maintenance crew.  Climb up into the cab, sit in the Engineer's seat and imagine you are thundering down the tracks.

Bring your camera and take as many photos as you want. Pose in front of this one-of-a-kind 1912 steam engine while we snap your keepsake photos.  This is the Ultimate Railfan Photo Op!

$10 PER PERSON | $25 FAMILY

 Must wear closed-toed shoes, or you will not be permitted to enter.

No smoking. No alcohol.

 

PRIVATE EVENTS

CONTACT US FOR A QUOTE

CAFE LOUNGE RAILCAR | COACH CARS | OPEN-AIR CARS | VINTAGE CABOOSE

Looking for a truly unique venue to host a birthday party, a board meeting, a wine tasting, or an AGM? Our character-filled railcars are available to rent for private events while stationary in our Backshop area. Our full stock of rail cars can accommodate 200+ people. Our elegant Cafe Lounge car and charming caboose along with the rest of the train is awaiting!

The train must remain in a stationary position inside the compound. 

manager@kamrail.com

 

TICKET OFFICE

#3-510 Lorne Street

Kamloops BC

250.374. 2141

info@kamrail.com

BACKSHOP

Pioneer Park

Kamloops BC

250.374. 2145

TICKET OFFICE HOURS

FALL AND WINTER

TUESDAY - FRIDAY

10:00 AM TO 3:00 PM

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