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Tea time at Port Moody museum

It’s tea time this weekend and next at the Port Moody Station Museum.

On consecutive Sundays, Dec. 11 and 18, the museum’s classic 1921 rail car, the Venosta, will host Holiday Tea on the Train from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

For a price of $5 per person, which includes admission to the museum, participants will get hot drinks and cookies served aboard the rail car.

The Venosta was restored in 1987 with assistance from the West Coast Railway Association and features two sleeping compartments as well as a ladies’ powder room with accessories from the 1920s.

In addition to sweet treats, visitors will be treated to classic 1940s Christmas music and decorations.

Reservations are not required for Holiday Tea on the Train and all proceeds go to support the Port Moody Heritage Society, which owns and operates the PoMo Station Museum.

For more information, visit portmoodymuseum.org.

 

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