Revelstoke Railway Museum volunteer James Walford gives the velocipede a whirl at Railway Days on Saturday. He’s assisted by volunteer Dean Handley. Originally a tripod

Photo: Revelstoke Railway Days 2013

Railway Days 2013 featured velocipede, Empress of Ireland exhibit, hobo art and more.

Photo: Revelstoke Railway Museum volunteer James Walford gives the velocipede a whirl at Railway Days on Saturday. He’s assisted by volunteer Dean Handley. Originally a tripod, a fourth wheel was added for stability at some point, but seemed to cause more problems than it solved. The railroaders derailed the thing a few times before working out the kinks and getting it ready for families to take it for a short, downhill ride. See the Aug. 21 issue of the Revelstoke Times Review for more on Railway Days 2013.

 

 

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