Faulder, British Columbia

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Faulder is a railway point located in British Columbia, Canada, situated in a large valley ten kilometers west of the town of Summerland. This is also the end point of the Kettle Valley Steam Railway. Named after Evelyn Robert Faulder, it consists of many large acreages and agricultural farms.[1]

Faulder has become an area of controversy lately as high levels of uranium have been found in the community's drinking water.[2]

49°36′40″N 119°46′55″W / 49.61111°N 119.78194°W / 49.61111; -119.78194

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