Photos: All aboard the Summerland Agur Lake Camp charity train

All aboard the Agur Lake Charity Train on Saturday where the conductor takes a break at the Trout Creek trestle. (Monique Tamminga Western News)All aboard the Agur Lake Charity Train on Saturday where the conductor takes a break at the Trout Creek trestle. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
Beautiful day for a ride on the Summerland Kettle Valley Steam Train on Sunday. (Monique Tamminga Western News)Beautiful day for a ride on the Summerland Kettle Valley Steam Train on Sunday. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
A father and son check out the steam train’s wheels. (Monique Tamminga Western News)A father and son check out the steam train’s wheels. (Monique Tamminga Western News)

It was all aboard the sold out Agur Lake Camp charity train on Saturday.

It was gorgeous blue skies for two sold out Kettle Valley Steam train rides that took off from the Summerland station winding through vineyards, orchards and across the Trout Creek trestle.

Guests of all abilities and ages came from as far as Princeton and Keremeos and as close as Kelowna to take in the sights and sounds of B.C.’s only working steam train.

Volunteers with the train handed out bingo cards for people to spot the various sights around the tracks.

Agur Lake Camp volunteers were at the train station selling popcorn and hot dogs with all proceeds going to the camp.

Agur Lake Camp west of Summerland is the only barrier-free wilderness camp in B.C. with a wheelchair accessible dock for fishing and accessible cabins.

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