Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo has revived the guidedtraintour with a new train.
Every year from May to Labor Day, trains are guided by the Saskatoon Zoological Society from 10 am to 4 pm. every day.
Kinsmen Express II also has slope and wheelchair accessible vehicles.
The Saskatoon Zoo Foundation contacted the Kinsmen Club in Saskatoon when they realized that the original Kinsmen Express was worn out.
The Kinsmen Club then worked to raise and donate $ 100,00 for Kinsmen Express II.
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"I am very excited to be able to offer this check and this opportunity to the people of Saskatoon and the zoo on behalf of Kinsman. The Kinsmen Club in Saskatoon will be a refreshing experience for everyone for years to come. It's a big moment to see the machine being smuggled.
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Forestry Farm Park and Zoo are very funded by Kinsman The train said they were grateful to the people at the zoo.
"We had the Kinsmen Express for years, it was a favorite of zoo guests. Saskatoon Zoo Foundation Dawn Woloniuk, Managing Director of the animal, said:
"I knew that the train was literally on the last leg, so I told Kinsmen. Back, of course, everything in the community, they went through. They stepped up and knew this was a legacy for them, so without the help of Kinsman, here today The train could not be exhibited. "
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Kinsmen Express II will be available from July 1st.
"This is a brand new, completely electric locomotive, so it's gas-free. It's a brand new sound system with no exhaust or smoke. Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo Manager Jeff Mitchell
Train tours are free and included in the zoo admission fee.
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