VIDEO – Big crowds at 2017 Langley Cruise-In

Rainfall fails to dampen spirits as enthusiastic car fans turn out for show in Aldergrove

Despite the rain very large crowds are strolling the one-kilometre stretch of Fraser Highway (between 273 and 268 Streets) in Aldergrove that has been closed to regular traffic for the 2017 Langley Goodtimes Cruise-In.

Organizers and sponsrs such as Aldergrove Business Association President Rob Wilson and Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese are very happy with the way the day is unfolding and are looking forward to even bigger crowds next year — especially if the weather is more favourable.

 

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