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Condensed timetable for the Canadian train from 27 Oct. 1963 to 25 Apr. 1964 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 1963

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 CONDENSED
TIME TABLE
OCTOBER 27, 1963
TO
APRIL 25, 1964
The Canadian
CanouTccui Gaelic
CANADA'S
SCENIC DOME
TRAIN $MS¥ DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL SCHEDULE
7he(0anadian
ff&¥*
SCENIC   DOME"   STAINLESS   STEEL   STREAMLINER
ALL SPACE RESERVED - NO EXTRA FARE
Montreal to Vancouver 70 hrs. 45 min.
Toronto to Vancouver 67 hrs. 20 min.
Vancouver to Montreal 70 hrs. 05 n
Vancouver to Toronto 66 hrs. 30 n
OCTOBER 27, 1963 TO APRIL 25, 1964
All Schedules shown in Standard Time
Altitude
Miles
Westward
Daily
Eastward
READ UP
Example
Miles
READ DOWN
110
152
157
89
214
450
300
416
381
523
662
857
0 0
2.0
4 7
9.6
111.4
143 0
166.4
184 7
219 4
241 2
358 5
437 5
Sun.
No. 1
1 45PM
1 51PM
1.58PM
9 2 05PM
3 45PM
f 4.38PM
f 5 02PM
t 5.30PM
f 6.12PM
6.47PM
9.30PM
11.15PM
ET
Lv Montreal                Ar
Lv Westmount              Ar
Lv  Montreal West Ar
Lv Dorval  Ar
Ar Ottawa Ar
Ar Carleton Place           Ar
Ar Arnprior  Ar
Ar Renfrew Ar
Ar Pembroke. .      .    Ar
Ar             Chalk River             Ar
Ar North Bay Ar
Ar Sudbury Lv
ET
No. 2
8 45PM
8 37PM
8 30PM
g 8.19PM
6 30PM
f5 42PM
f5 17PM
f4 53PM
f4 14PM
3 40PM
12.45PM
11  10AM
Wed.
2881 3
2879 3
2876 6
2871.7
2769 9
2738 3
2714 9
2696.6
2661 9
2640 1
2522 8
2443 8
254
393
790
686
857
0.0
4 5
131.4
154 5
259.8
Sun.
No. 11
5.10PM
5 25PM
8.08PM
8.44PM
11.00PM
Lv Toronto Ar
Lv West Toronto Ar
Ar MacTier Ar
Ar Parry Sound Ar
Ar Sudbury Lv
No. 12
5.10PM
4 50PM
2.10PM
1.33PM
11.15AM
Wed.
2703 6
2699.1
2572 2
2549 1
2443 8
857
1378
1     1412
1225
996
|       614
I       617
1486
1224
|     1091
|       772
858
1225
1204
1451
1968
1896
1779
2432
2181
3439
4534
5044
4072
T494
1157
1159
493
59
26
39
18
437.5
471 5
607 9
737 8
856 1
984.6
989 0
1136.2
1199.5
1282 4
1408 1
1463.7
1529.9
1541 2
1588.4
1672.1
1764.5
1806.1
1916 5
2063 9
2239 7
2321 6
2356 3
2376.3
2502 0
2565.4
2630.8
2752 3
2811.2
2839 6
2864 8
2881 3
Sun.
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
No. 1
11.59PM
12 50AM
4 OOAM
7 35AM
10 48AM
1 45PM
2 00PM
4.12PM
5.29PM
7.13PM
9.40PM
b 10.57PM
e 12.02AM
12.22AM
-1.19AM
2 55AM
4 37AM
5 42AM
7 52 AM
9 33AM
12 55PM
3.35PM
4.40PM
5 40PM
9.10PM
11.25PM
1.10AM
5.35AM
c 7 36AM
8.14AM
8.50AM
9.30AM
ET
CT
CT
MT
MT
PT
PT
Lv. Sudbury  Ar
Ar Cartier Ar
Ar Chapleau Ar
Ar White River              Ar
Ar Schreiber Ar
Ar Port Arthur Ar
Ar             Fort Williarn              Ar
Ar Ignace Ar
Ar. Dryden   ...        .   Ar
Ar Kenora Ar
Ar Winnipeg Ar
Ar  ..  Portage La Prairie  . . .Ar
Ar : ..Douglas A
Ar Brandon Ar
Ar Virden Ar
Ar Broadview Ar
Ar Regina.' Ar
Ar Moose Jaw Ar
Ar Swift Current            Ar
Ar Medicine Hat            Ar
Ar Calgary Ar
Ar Banff Ar
Ar Lake Louise Ar
Ar Field Ar
Ar Revelstoke . Ar
Ar Salmon Arm Ar
Ar Kamloops Ar
Ar North Bend Ar
Ar Agassiz Lv
Ar Mission City             Ar
Ar Coquitlam Lv
(New Westminster)
Ar   Vancouver               Lv
ET
CT
CT
MT
MT
PT
PT
No. 2
10.35AM
9.45AM
6.25AM
3.00AM
11 55PM
9.05PM
7 35PM
4.35PM
3 21PM
1.30PM
10.35AM
9 35AM
e 8.32AM
8 10AM
e 7.13AM
5.42AM
3.25AM
2.26AM
11.25PM
8.30PM
5.05PM
2.58PM
2.13PM
12 10PM
7.20AM
5.20AM
3.30AM
11.20PM
c  9.26PM
8 50PM
8.12PM
7.40PM
Wed.
Tue.
Tue.
Mon.
Mon.
Sun.
Sun.
2443 8
2409 8
2273 4
2143 5
2025 2
1896 7
1892 3
1745.1
1681.8
1598.9
1473 2
1417 6
1351.4
1340.1 j
1292.9
1209.2
1116.8
1075 2
964.8
817.4
641.6
559.7
525.0
505.0
379.3
315 9
250.5
129 0
70.1
41.7
16.5
0.0
B.C. Coast Steamship Service - Vancouver-Nanaimo
Lv. Vancouver*..
A.M.
♦4.45
7.30
A.M.
NOON
♦12.00
2.45
P.M.
P.M.
♦8.30
11.15
P.M. 1
A.M.
♦8.30
11.15
A.M.
P.M.
♦3.45
6.30
P.M.
A.M.
♦12.30
3.15
A.M.
Ar. Vancouver*...
Frequent ferry service via B.C. Government Ferries also available between the
above points - consult agents.
ET - Eastern Time       CT - Central Time       MT - Mountain Time       PT - Pacific Time
b-Does not carry local passengers from Winnipeg to Portage La Prairie. c-Stops on signal for revenue passengers
from or to Calgary and east, e—Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to Sudbury and East and
from or to Medicine Hat and West. f-Stops on signal. g-Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers
to or from Ottawa and beyond.   i-Arrives and leaves from Pier A3 in Vanoouver.
• No baggage checking facilities at Vanaouver Wharf. All checked baggage is handled through Vancouver Station
Baggage Room.
♦ Inquire from Agents regarding connecting services at Nanaimo via E. & N. Ry. and Vancouver Island Coach Line
to and from Victoria and other points on Vancouver Island. RAIL PASSENGER
Canada's transcontinental streamlined scenic dome train - The
Canadian - operates daily between Montreal-Toronto and
Vancouver - connections to Saint
John and Halifax - intercity and
local schedules.
White Empress liners between
Canada-Europe . . . winter cruises
New York to the Caribbean.
Beaver cargo ships and chartered
vessels between Britain - Europe -
Canada.
AIRLINES
Super DC-8 jet Empresses and jet-
prop Britannias serve five continents - link Canada with Japan-
Hong Kong-Hawaii-Australia-
New Zealand-Mexico-South
America-Europe. Daily transcontinental flights across Canada.
HOTELS
Year-round hotels in major cities
in Canada - famous summer resorts
in the Canadian Rockies and eastern Canada - modern and attractive facilities for conventions and
business meetings.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
High-speed circuits across Canada
with connections throughout the
world. Teletype -telex-facsimile -
telemetering - telegrams - broadcast transmission - integrated data
processing.
EXPRESS
Safe, economical, fast ship
and delivery of goods in Canada
and abroad. Travellers' cheques L-
money orders - foreign remittances.
GvuzclianGacific
TRAINS / TRUCKS  / SHIPS / PLANES  /  HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM

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