Canadian Pacific Passenger Train Schedules and other Information; April 28, 1946

Canadian Pacific Passenger Train Schedules and other Information;

Canadian National & International Railways Passenger Schedule - April 27, 1952 - In Good Vintage Condition - A Few Pages Have Been Folded - Ontario (East of Post Arthur & Armstrong) - New York (Buffalo & Niagara Falls) - Michigan, Indiana and Illinois - Quebec (Montreal-Ottawa & Montreal-Toronto)

  • ASIN: B007F5EJK0

Canadian Pacific Passenger Train Schedules and other Information; September 26, 1943

Canadian Pacific Passenger Train Schedules and other Information;

  • ASIN: B00ED810X6

Canadian Pacific's Montreal Lakeshore Commuter Services, Vol. 1

Canadian Pacific's Montreal Lakeshore Commuter Services, Vol.

Black and white pictorial survey of the Canadian Pacific's Lakeshore suburban train service which lasted until 1982 (when it was taken over by CTCUM/STCUM). With map. 26 pages.

  • ASIN: 0919487335

Canadian Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment

Canadian Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger

This book provides an overview of CP's freight cars, passenger cars and maintenance of way cars in color photographs taken between 1940 and 1996. Many of the units were built years before color photography so the modeler is able to peek back in time. The book focusses on typical equipment in normal paint and lettering and does not generally cover CP's subsidiaries.

  • ASIN: 1878887866

North American Locomotives

North American

Profusely illustrated with rare historic and previously unpublished modern photography, North American Locomotives this is the perfect addition to the library of any rail fan. This invaluable volume spans more than 150 years of locomotive technology to examine the wide variety of steam, diesel, and electric locomotives that have powered ninety North American railroads, past and present, through the decades. Since locomotive-building has long been a made-to-order business, the book is arranged alphabetically by railroad to give you a better understanding of how specific technologies suited specific needs. The railroads featured range from the best-known historic lines, such as the Canadian Pacific, Santa Fe, Union Pacific, and Baltimore & Ohio, to today's giant Class I roads, commuter lines, and selected short lines. The result is a beautifully presented reference guide that features more than 400 locomotive gems, including historic machines such as New York Central's J3a Hudsons, Pennsylvania Railroad's GG1 electrics, and EMD's classic E- and F-Units, to today's most powerful modern diesels. All the major builders - past and present - are represented, including such heavyweights as Baldwin, Alco, Lima, EMD, GE, and more.

  • ASIN: 0785835334

Passenger and Merchant Ships of the Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern Railways

Passenger and Merchant Ships of the Grand Trunk

A detailed look at two historic Canadian railways that have had no similar studies Includes the surprising WWI history of Canadian steam vessels Contains detailed archival material on all vessels owned and leased by the railways Also contains many rare and previously-unpublished photographs Author has done extensive research on railway and maritime history

  • ASIN: 1459735552

The Canadian - Canadian Pacific's Last Transcontinental Passenger Train

The Canadian - Canadian Pacific's Last Transcontinental Passenger

Black and white pictorial showcasing The Canadian, the transcontinental passenger train that ran under the Canadian Pacific (and later VIA Rail). The shots are of the train in both urban and rural settings are have detailed captions. 34 pages.

  • ASIN: 0919487351

VIA in Color: The First 25 Years, 1976 - 2001

VIA in Color: The First 25 Years, 1976

Cloth with dust jacket, 8.5x11", 128 glossy pages, color photos throughout. 2013. "The first-ever all-color tour of VIA Rail Canada, covering the system's first 25 years from its beginnings as a Canadian National subsidiary to its role as the Crown corporation responsible for Canada's intercity passenger train network. "Emphasis is on VIA's early years, when equipment inherited from CN and CP was merged in a period of remarkably colorful operation. Coverage extends through the 1980s and 1990s, when VIA introduced its first new equipment in the form of lightweight LRC trainsets and F40PH-2 diesel locomotives."

  • ASIN: 1582483930

Trackside around the Niagara Peninsula 1953-1976 with Reg Button

Trackside around the Niagara Peninsula 1953-1976 with Reg

"Reg Button was a very active photographer, capturing day-to-day railroading and every unusual event in the spit of Ontario land that extends toward Buffalo, NY. Of course, CNR Canadian National, CPR Canadian Pacific and TH&B Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo Railroads are represented along with C&O Chesapeake and Ohio, Wabash, N&W Norfolk and Western, and NYC New York Central but expect to see visiting power from roads as diverse as UP Union Pacific, B&LE Bessemer and Lake Erie, IC Illinois Central and B&M Boston and Maine."

  • ASIN: 1582481261

Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the CPR

Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the

Have you ever wondered, while sitting in traffic or waiting to board a crowded airplane, what it was like to travel the rails? In his new book, Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the CPR, former CPR archivist David Laurence Jones goes back in time to describe what it was like to travel on some of the CPR's famous "name trains," like the Pacific Express, the Imperial Limited, and the Canadian. Jones evokes both the practical interiors of the early colonist cars with their communal sleeping arrangements and wooden bench seats, and the luxury of the higher-end cars that looked and felt like rolling men's clubs with wooden veneers, plush carpets, and upholstered chairs. These first-class cars would later become five-star hotels on wheels. Jones tracks the evolution of the passenger train, detailing improvements in engine strength, heating, lighting, interior design, and innovative sleeping arrangements. Although the focus of the book is the CPR's famous name trains, Jones talks about other CPR enterprises that fed into and contributed to the railway. These included the dining halls and mountain chalets built at railway divisional points across the country, the rustic bungalow camps operated in both Ontario and within the Canadian Rockies, and the CPR's iron steamships t...

  • ASIN: 189485652X

Through the Window of a Train: A Canadian Railway Anthology

Through the Window of a Train: A Canadian

If you´ve ever been curious about the lives of people on board a moving train, or wanted to take a nostalgic trip back to the steam era, then this book is for you. Since the first trans-continental passenger train, the Pacific Express, headed west in 1885 the railway has been part of many people´s lives. For some the railway was their life. One only needs to mention The Moonlight Special, The CNR, The E&N, The CPR, The Blueberry Special, The Milk Run, or The H&SW (Hellish Slow and Wobbly) for memories to come flooding back. This journey begins in Craigellachie, amongst the verdant mountains of British Columbia, where the famous last spike was driven home. The reader is then transported to Vancouver Island and across the Prairies to Nova Scotia, and from the era of steam to diesel-electric trains. Relive hilarious, hazardous, and historical moments as you peek through the window of a train and into the past. Meet gandy dancers, a rookie running out of steam, lost immigrants, and women entering the male-dominated world of the railway. Experience asbestos snowball fights, boxcar classrooms, and silk trains as they blur by your window. These stories retell the significance of the railway, or a single journey taken, in the lives of ordinary Canadians. Dotted with junction and siding...

  • ASIN: 0888873913

Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the CPR

Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the

Have you ever wondered, while sitting in traffic or waiting to board a crowded airplane, what it was like to travel the rails? In his new book, Famous Name Trains: Travelling in Style with the CPR, former CPR archivist David Laurence Jones goes back in time to describe what it was like to travel on some of the CPR's famous "name trains," like the Pacific Express, the Imperial Limited, and the Canadian. Jones evokes both the practical interiors of the early colonist cars with their communal sleeping arrangements and wooden bench seats, and the luxury of the higher-end cars that looked and felt like rolling men's clubs with wooden veneers, plush carpets, and upholstered chairs. These first-class cars would later become five-star hotels on wheels. Jones tracks the evolution of the passenger train, detailing improvements in engine strength, heating, lighting, interior design, and innovative sleeping arrangements. Although the focus of the book is the CPR's famous name trains, Jones talks about other CPR enterprises that fed into and contributed to the railway. These included the dining halls and mountain chalets built at railway divisional points across the country, the rustic bungalow camps operated in both Ontario and within the Canadian Rockies, and the CPR's iron steamships that...

  • Brand: Brand: Fitzhenry n Whiteside
  • ASIN: 1894856511

Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad (Images of Rail)

Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad (Images of

Andrew Carnegie’s vision of transporting iron ore from his boats on Lake Erie to his Pittsburgh steel mills was realized when he obtained ownership of a series of railroad companies in the region. In 1900, these companies became the Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad, which connected the Lake Erie ports of Erie, Pennsylvania, and Conneaut, Ohio, south to North Bessemer near Pittsburgh. Through vintage photographs, Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad highlights the railroad passenger excursions to Conneaut Lake Park and the steam and diesel locomotives used on the well-maintained line. The railroad continues to serve the steel industry today and in May 2004 was acquired by the Canadian National Railway.

  • Brand: Brand: Arcadia Publishing
  • ASIN: 0738562661

Toronto's Railway Heritage (Images of Rail)

Toronto's Railway Heritage (Images of

On May 16, 1853, the first passenger train steamed out of Toronto from a wooden depot that was located near the site of today’s Union Station. Over the next century, the railways had a profound impact on the geography and economic fortunes of Toronto and helped transform it from a provincial town into the commercial centre of Canada. To the dismay of many, the railways also swallowed up prime real estate on Toronto’s waterfront and isolated its citizens from Lake Ontario, the city’s most scenic asset. The struggle between the promoters of unfettered railway development and crusaders for public access to the waterfront culminated during the 1920s with the building of the waterfront railway viaduct and Union Station. This magnificent Beaux-Arts railway terminal is the busiest transportation hub in Canada and is undergoing a $1.5 billion revitalization. Inside this book are over 200 rare images illustrating 80 years of Toronto’s railway history.

  • ASIN: 0738565709

Metra Passenger Coach Wooden Toy Train by Whittle Shortline - Manufacturer

Metra Passenger Coach Wooden Toy Train by Whittle

Metra Passenger Coach Known for our quality, Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains are compatible with most major wooden railways like Thomas, Brio and Chuggington. They are modeled after North American freight and passenger trains such as Burlington Northern, CSX, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, Metra of Chicago, Norfolk Southern, Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Whittle Shortline Railroad toy trains have been made in The United States (Kirkwood, MO) by our family and the rest of the Whittle team for close to 20 years.

  • Brand: Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer
  • ASIN: B01KZRP5TS
  • UPC: 647409292270

Into the Mist: The Story of the Empress of Ireland

Into the Mist: The Story of the Empress

From 1906 to 1914, the Empress of Ireland, one of the fastest and most elegant liners of the era, graced the waters of the Atlantic Ocean only to sink in 14 minutes in the St. Lawrence River. Its true legacy, though, is the significant role it played in building Canada.

  • ASIN: B00CMPAEGQ

Lionel Canadian Pacific Coach/Baggage Baby Madison Passenger Car (2 Pack)

Lionel Canadian Pacific Coach/Baggage Baby Madison Passenger Car

Lionel also features a 2-pack of the Baby Madison passenger cars for someone looking for rolling stock for their train layout.

  • Brand: Lionel
  • ASIN: B00NUA02XW
  • UPC: 023922817846

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer Burlington Northern Autorack - Wooden Toy Train

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer Burlington Northern Autorack

Burlington Northern Autorack Wooden Toy Train Known for our quality, Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains are compatible with most major wooden railways like Thomas, Brio and Chuggington. At present we make locomotives such as the GP-38, F-40 and C-44 engines. They are modeled after North American freight and passenger trains such as Burlington Northern, CSX, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, Metra of Chicago, Norfolk Southern, Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains have been made in The United States (Kirkwood, MO) by our family and the rest of the Whittle team since 1996.

  • Brand: Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer
  • ASIN: B01KVDK90Q
  • UPC: 647409292119

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer CSX Railway GP-38 Diesel 5pc. Set

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer CSX Railway GP-38

CSX GP-38 Engine, Canadian National Tanker, Santa Fe Boxcar, Burlington Northern Hopper, CSX Caboose 5 piece Toy Train Set Known for our quality, Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains are compatible with most major wooden railways like Thomas, Brio and Chuggington. At present we make locomotives such as the GP-38, F-40 and C-44 engines. They are modeled after North American freight and passenger trains such as Burlington Northern, CSX, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, Metra of Chicago, Norfolk Southern, Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains have been made in The United States (Kirkwood, MO) by our family and the rest of the Whittle team since 1996.

  • Color: Standard-color 841
  • Brand: Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer
  • ASIN: B01MPZC3SU
  • UPC: 647409293260

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer TTX Series 44 Boxcar - Wooden Toy Train

Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer TTX Series 44

TTX Series 44 5.25" Boxcar Wooden Toy Train Known for our quality, Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains are compatible with most major wooden railways like Thomas, Brio and Chuggington. At present we make locomotives such as the GP-38, F-40 and C-44 engines. They are modeled after North American freight and passenger trains such as Burlington Northern, CSX, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, Metra of Chicago, Norfolk Southern, Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Whittle Shortline Railroad wooden toy trains have been made in The United States (Kirkwood, MO) by our family and the rest of the Whittle team since 1996.

  • Brand: Whittle Shortline Railroad - Manufacturer
  • ASIN: B07L4WR2K2
  • UPC: 647409293703
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