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This miniature train from the Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum was brought to town by the city’s centenary committee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first train passing through Terrace.  - ROD LINK
This miniature train from the Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum was brought to town by the city’s centenary committee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first train passing through Terrace.
— image credit: ROD LINK

It was a matter of “all aboard” April 13 at the George Little House as a miniature train from the Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum was brought to town by the city’s centenary committee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first train passing through Terrace.

Music, food and short speeches were also the order of the day.

That’s engineer Brian Wich in charge of the battery-powered train.

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