The 24 Hour Trench - Re-Enactment of the Life in the First World War Trenches

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Type:
Historical Recreation
Date:
September 16, 2017
Time:
19:00 - 20:00
Details:
The Port Moody Station Museum Re-enactment series offers a unique look into the life of a Canadian soldier in the Great War. Experience the sights and sounds of the trench. The final part of this three part series takes you to the preparation and execution of a trench raid. A very dangerous undertaking. Part way through the event you will be able to inspect equipment, wear a helmet or tunic.
Location:
Port Moody Station Museum
Address:
2734 Murray Street
City:
Port Moody, British Columbia

Contact

604 939-1648

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