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Stewart Farm gets its own train

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A 'tram' speeds by the Historic Stewart Farm on Father's Day.
— image credit: Boaz Joseph photos / The Leader

The Greater Vancouver Garden Railway Club visited Historic Stewart Farm in South Surrey for a Father's Day demonstration on June 15.

The event also featured lawn games, lemonade and a tour of the restored 1890s farmhouse.

At left: Six-month-old Carter Tiedt of Abbotsdford checks out a model train with his uncle, Langley's Brandon Tiedt.

Below: A higher view of the lawn.

 

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