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Railway travel in Canada Canadian Pacific Railway Company Jun 30, 1928

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The Canadian Pacific Railway
Owning and operating 20,000 miles of line, the Canadian Pacific provides the best
route to all parts of Canada and U.S.A. With its trans-continental train services
a new record in travel has been set up by the " Trans-Canada Limited,"
which makes the journey between Montreal and Vancouver in eighty-nine
and a quarter hours, and between Toronto and Vancouver in eighty-five hours.
Canadian Pacific Steamship Services
Canadian Pacific Liners maintain services from Liverpool, Glasgow, Belfast,
Southampton, Cobh (Queenstown), Hamburg, Antwerp, Cherbourg, etc.,
to Quebec and Montreal in Summer, and Saint John, New Brunswick, in
Winter. From Vancouver the Company's magnificent " Empress " Steamers
connect with Japan and China. Through bookings can also be made via
Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, in conjunction with the Canadian
Australasian Line to New Zealand and Australia. INTERIOR  OF  COLONIST    CAP   FOR  SETTLERS'^
ORDERING  LUNCH   IN   A   CANADIAN  PACIFIC  DINING   CAR
Rail Tickets
Passengers for inland destinations in Canada and the United States are advised
to purchase their rail tickets in Europe at the special reduced fares available
only for Atlantic steamship passengers. To destinations in Eastern Canada,
First and Colonist Class Tickets are sold, and to destinations in Western Canada,
First, Second, and Colonist Class Tickets are issued. To points in the United
States First-Class, and in a few cases Second-Class Tickets can be purchased.
Department of Colonisation and Development
The Canadian Pacific owns large areas of farm land in Western Canada which
it offers for sale on easy terms.
Free  advice  and   assistance   is   given   by   the  above   Department   to   men
and women desirous of settling in Canada.
The  Canadian Pacific Express  Company
The above Company operates over the entire system of the Canadian Pacific
Railway and Steamship services, for the forwarding of merchandise, money, and
valuables to all parts. The safest way of carrying money is by Canadian Pacific
Express Money Orders or Travellers' Cheques which are payable everywhere.
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TRANSPORTATION
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A   STANDARD   SLEEPING   CAR   BY  DAY
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THE  WRITING  ROOM  IN  A  COMPARTMENT   OBSERVATION   CAR
A  COMPARTMENT LIBRARY-OBSERVATION  CAR Railway   Travel   in   Canada   by   Canadian   Pacific
Canadian Pacific Train Equipment
A   considerable   variety   of  accommodation   is   provided   for   travellers  on
Canadian Pacific trains.
On trains running comparatively short distances by day there are in many
instances two types of cars, the First-Class Day Coach and the Parlour Car,
while on some local trains only First-Class Day Coaches are provided.
On long-distance trains the rolling stock used varies according to the traffic
to be catered for; thus, some trains consist of First-Class Day Coach, Colonist,
Tourist, Standard Sleeper, Dining and Compartment Observation Cars, while
trains such as the " Trans-Canada Limited " consist of Standard Sleepers, Dining
;and Compartment Observation Cars only.
The Standard Sleeping Car
Available for passengers holding First-Class Tickets, on payment of a
supplementary charge. The car is divided into six sections on either side,
accommodating four persons each, with a Drawing-room at one end. At
night the sections are converted to make twelve upper and twelve lower berths.
The beds are made up by the porter in charge of the car. Thick curtains
suspended from the roof, which fasten inside and out, ensure privacy. Each
car has a Ladies' Toilet and Dressing Room, and Gentlemen's Smoking and
Toilet Room. The Drawing-room is a self-contained private stateroom,
fitted with doable upper and lower berths, also a sofa berth, thus providing
accommodation for five adults.    A private toilet annexe is attached.
The Compartment Library-Observation Car
Thi| car is open to Standard Sleeping Car passengers. It is fitted with
movable easy chairs, and has large windows giving a wide view; at the
rear end is an Observation Platform. Magazines, periodicals and writing
materials are available; light refreshments are also obtainable. The car is
also equipped with a Drawing-room similar to that in the Standard
Sleeper, and three private compartments.
The\  Compartment Car
Consists of ten private compartments each containing double lower and upper
berths, and toilet facilities. Light refreshments can be obtained from the
porter in charge of the car.
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Railway   Travel   in   Canada   by   Canadian   Pacific
The Open Observation Car
During the summer months a car of this kind is attached to the rear of all
trains travelling through the Canadian Rockies by day for the use of Standard
Sleeping Car passengers.
The First-Class Day Coach
This car is attached to long and short-distance trains for day travel
It is fitted with upholstered seats arranged on either side of the centre aisle,
and a Smoking compartment.
Dining Can
Are   available   for   First   and   Second-Class   Ticket   holders.      Meals   are
served h la carte\ so that passengers only pay for what they order.
The Tourist Car
Holders of First and Second-Class Rail Tickets can travel in the Tourist Car
on payment of a supplementary charge,, which is about half the First-Class
Sleeper rate. These cars are upholstered, in leather,, and are very comfortable;
sleeping accommodation with bedding is provided.. At the end of the car, in
addition to the Smoking and Toilet Rooms, is a kitchen with heating apparatus
for the convenience of passengers carrying their own provisions.
The First-Class Cafe—Parlou.r Car
This car, for day travel, is available for First-Class Ticket holders on payment
of a small supplementary charge. In place of fixed seats movable armchairs
are provided which can be reserved...    Light refreshments are obtainable.
Ttye Colonist Car
This car is attached to trains carrying settlers for the West; it is of similar dimen*.
sidns to the First-Class Day Coach, but is not upholstered. The seats are
convertible into sleeping berths for night use, but passengers have to provide
their own bedding, also their own food; a kitchen is installed at the end of
the car for the preparation of food.
Through Services
Canadian Pacific is the only system of Steamers and Trains under one management
providing through services between Europe, Canada, U.S.A., Japan, and China.
Station Restaurants
At all the principal Canadian Pacific Stations there  are  restaurants  where
mpals or light refreshments are served.
THE  PARLOUR  CAR,  IN  WHICH  SEATS  MA^   BE  RESERVED  FOR  DAY  TRAVEL
A. TOURIST  SLEEPING   CAR   BY  DAY, AVAILABLE  FOR  HOLDERS  OF  FIRST   AND  SECOND-CLASS  RAIL TICKETS
PORTER  SHOWING PASSENGER TO   HIS  BERTH IN A   STANDARD   SLEEPING   CAR AMAB
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HOTELS
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PALATIAL HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC, ARE SITUATED
AT ALL THE BEST COMMERCIAL AND TOURIST CENTRES IN CANADA.
For Fares, etc., apply:—
SIR GEORGE MCLAREN BROWN,  European General Manager.
H.G.DRING, European Passenger Manager.           R% J?# SWAINt General Passenger Agent.
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