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CP Rail’s Holiday Train (right and below) rolled into a rainy Port Moody Tuesday evening, bringing lights and entertainment, including blues rockers Wide Mouth Mason (Shaun Verreault performs top left) and fiddler Melanie Doane. There was also a bonfire by which to keep warm during the festivities. - Photos by Kari Medig
CP Rail’s Holiday Train (right and below) rolled into a rainy Port Moody Tuesday evening, bringing lights and entertainment, including blues rockers Wide Mouth Mason (Shaun Verreault performs top left) and fiddler Melanie Doane. There was also a bonfire by which to keep warm during the festivities.
— image credit: Photos by Kari Medig

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