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Canadian Pacific map : railway lines in Canada Canadian Pacific Railway Company 1951

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This "Down East77 playground beckons with
beaches, coves, lakes, rivers, hunting and fishing—
in wooded rivers—or off-shore for Tuna.
Princess Helene at Digby Gut.
Regular Canadian Pacific trains from Montreal
and Boston connect with S.S. Princess Helene between Saint John, N.B. and Digby, N.S. — Eastern
steamships  connect  Boston  with  Yarmouth,   N.S.
Evangeline Memorial  Park, Grand  Pre,  N. S.
For your summer comfort and convenience in the sea-
bordering provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Prince Edward Island there are hotels at Yarmouth —
Lakeside Inn; at Digby—The Pines,- at Kentville—Cornwallis
Inn, in Nova Scotia; and, at St. Andrews By-the-Sea, New
Brunswick, the famed Algonquin.
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The ivy covered Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C., is famous for its gardens
where roses bloom ten months of the year.
You can arrange your Canadian trip
all in one office. See your own Agent
or   nearest   Canadian   Pacific   office.
Triumphant end of your journey westward across
Canada, or friendly beginning of an eastward
tour of the Great Dominion, British Columbia as a
holiday world is the province that has everything.
It stretches from the border states of Washington
and Montana to Alaska on the mainland and
includes 275 mile long Vancouver Island. Victoria,
the capital, at the southern tip of the island, is
the site of the ivy-covered Empress, a year-round
garden spot and golfer's Mecca. Vancouver,
a busy manufacturing city and seaport, is the
starting point for Canadian Pacific steamship
services to Seattle, Victoria, British Columbia coast
points and Alaska. Vancouver is the western
terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The
modern Hotel Vancouver is metropolitan in its
Old Quebec, capital of romantic French-Canada,
symbolizes the old world in the new. Just an overnight
journey for 50,000,000, the magnificent Chateau
Frontenac, an up to the minute year round
metropolitan hotel, is summer or winter headquarters
for varied vacations. Quebec makes every appeal.
Quaint sights and scenes in city and country; legends,
culture and customs transplanted three and a half
centuries ago; curios, antiques, handicrafts; architectural gems from stately cathedrals to humble habitant
cottages; championship calibre golf-links; fly-streams
and game-woods; downhill, cross-country ski terrain;
ski-lifts; tobogganning on open hills and the famous
Chateau Frontenac slide. Railways from all over
connect with Canadian Pacific to take you to
Montreal, second largest French-speaking city in the
world and starting point for the all year round
Laurentian playground.
Quebec's fishing  waters  call  sportsmen
The  Chateau   Frontenac,  Quebec
"Princess Kathleen",  Canadian   Pacific  British   Columbia   Coast Service See GmvaJg fy T^taun
Canadian Pacific transcontinental train in the Canadian Rockies.
Canada, from the Atlantic coast to the shores of
the Pacific ocean, is a vacationland the year round.
Linked from sea to sea by the transcontinental lines
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Dominion has
something to offer every holiday plan. In summer the
great resorts of the Canadian Rockies and the east
coast; in winter the evergreen playground of British
Columbia, Canada's rich heritage of winter sports
areas and, at all seasons, the charm and difference
of the nine Provinces with their varied activities and
attractions. You are never more than 24 hours from
a Canadian Pacific hotel on your trip from coast
to coast.
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The  Princes'  Gates,  Exhibition  Park, Toronto
Built by the Dominion of Canada as a memorial to the men and women who lost their lives
in the 1914-1919 world war, the Peace Tower entrance to the Parliament Buildings is
Ottawa's most notable landmark.
The famous Canadian National
Exhibition of Canadian manufactured and agricultural products
every summer and Royal Winter
Fair and Horse Show each winter
attract thousands of visitors to
Toronto, site of the Royal York
Hotel. This great city, noted for its
fine residential and park areas, set
on the shore of Lake Ontario, leads
on to such famous holiday grounds
as Muskoka, French River, the
Kawartha Lakes, Georgian Bay,
Chapleau, Lake of the Woods,
Niagara Falls and to such attractions as golf, muskalunge, trout,
black bass, swimming and weeks-
long canoe trips through the
Royal  Canadian  Mounted   Police,   Regina
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Sturdy mountain ponies at Lake Louise.
Niagara — the  Canadian  falls,  upper  right
Beach  scene,  Prince Albert National  Park,  Saskatchewan
Chuck-waggon   race,  Calgary  Stampede
East and West are linked by the Canadian
Pacific transcontinental line along the north
shore of Lake Superior. Rail travellers by this
rugged scenic route traverse out-cropped,
forested areas that call to hunters and
fishermen. In summer Great Lakes steamships
of the Canadian Pacific sail twice each week
between Port McNicoll, (near Toronto) and
Port Arthur - Fort William (near the Prairies'
eastern boundary).
Manitoba and Saskatchewan are world-
renowned for their grain. Winnipeg, Prairie
metropolis, served by the Royal Alexandra
Hotel, is a centre of distribution and manufacturing. This expansive city reflects the
changing history of the west. Regina is training headquarters for the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police. You will enjoy your stay
in  Regina  at the Hotel  Saskatchewan.
Alberta, westernmost of the Prairie Provinces,
produces wheat, cattle, oil and coal.
Calgary, foothill city of the Canadian
Rockies, is noted for its annual "Stampede",
one of the world's most famous rodeos. Here
you head up-country for Edmonton, jumping
off place for Canada's New North. Your
comfort in Calgary is assured at Hotel
The   Bow   River  Valley  —   in   foreground   Banff  Springs   Hotel,
at  left Town  of  Banff.
Five National Parks are served by the Canadian Pacific main line
through the Canadian Rockies. These: Banff, Yoho, Kootenay,
Glacier and Mount Revelstoke, are noted for their rugged
scenery, magnificent peaks, scenic valleys and rushing falls.
The Banff-Yoho area is best known. In summer accommodation
ranging from the luxury of Banff Springs and Chateau Lake
Louise to the solid comfort of Emerald Lake, Yoho Valley, Lake
O'Hara, Moraine Lake and Lake Wapta Mountain Lodges, meets
Canadian Pacific standards. Every summer the Banff School
of Fine Arts is operated by the University of Alberta for artists,
writers, musicians.
"Lovely Lake  Louise". Scale      of      Miles
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Copyright,   .1927,   by   Can Pac Ply.
i, by Rolph Clank Stone Led 'Toronto.
THE   Canadian   Pacific   Railway   is   built   directly
through the Canadian Rockies — more than 600
miles of mountain scenery.
A fitting climax to the journey through the Canadian
Rockies is the 2,000-mile, 9-day cruise to Alaska and
back. Canadian Pacific "Princess" liners sail regularly
the year round between Vancouver and Skagway.
The "Princess" fleet also serves the West Coast of
Vancouver Island, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
On North America's inland ocean—the Great Lakes-
Canadian Pacific steamships sail each week during
the summer months between Port McNicoil, Sault Ste.
Marie, Port Arthur and Fort William.
Travellers to Nova Scotia are offered an excellent
service via Canadian Pacific trains to Saint John,
New Brunswick, connecting there with the Canadian
Pacific steamship "Princess Helene" which operates
every weekday between Saint John and Digby, Nova
Scotia, where Dominion Atlantic trains serve the
Land of Evangeline, Halifax, Yarmouth and other
interesting vacation points.
Checked for C.P.-R.U4es\fNov. 1947. . MAP
Your own agent or Canadian Pacific offices
throughout the world will help you plan a
vacation in Canada. Specialists in hunting,
fishing or just plain holiday enjoyment are
at your servce.
The combination of transcontinental railway,
Lake, River and Coastal steamships, airlines,
hotels, lodges and camps all under one
ownership and management promise you
a new holiday experience.
Canadian Pacific hotels from sea to sea cater
to your comfort. Canadian Pacific Empresses
link Canada and Europe.


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