Christmas in Cloverdale 1919

Take a trip back to 1919 and celebrate Christmas in Cloverdale!

This weekend (Dec 7 & 8), the Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society is taking guests on a trip on the Electric Express to share how Christmas would have been celebrated 100 years ago.

Interact with authentic characters, listen to Christmas music, and settle in for a ride on the Electric Express as you travel back in time to 1919, and visit Father Christmas’s special workshop.

The Electric Express theatrical experience takes place in the Cloverdale station and includes live music, carols and a short ride on the train on the FVHRS spur line tracks, followed by a visit to Father Christmas’s workshop in the Car Barn.

This year’s Christmas theme is again the Electric Express, you are encouraged to dress warmly for the event. It represents the Electric Express 100 years ago in Cloverdale. This is a theatrical experience for all the family.

There are 10 time slots beginning at 10 am and concluding with the final train of the day at 3 pm. Each event lasts approximately 50 minutes. Book your tickets quickly as the trains sold out last year, and be sure to dress warmly!


Ticket prices are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students (11-18), and $10 for youths (3-11). Children under three years are free.

Tickets can be purchased online by visiting

Electric Express
Highway 10 (56 Ave) and 176A Street, Surrey