Stanley Park Train
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Stanley Park Train information
This miniature train replica of the first passenger-rail service that rolled into Vancouver in 1887 is a firm family favorite. Its assumes several popular incarnations throughout the year, trundling through the sun-dappled trees in summer, then decorating itself for seasonal special trains at Easter, Halloween and Christmas (its most popular seasonal version).