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|Trains & Railways: Passenger Trains: 1886-1910|
|First National C.P.R. Train The first C.P.R. train that went across
Canada, taking a load of passengers from Montreal to Port Moody, seen here at Port Arthur, in
|Grand Trunk Railway 1892 Grand Trunk Railway excursion
advertisement for spending the Easter Holidays in the United States by rail.
|Cobalt, Ontario Cobalt, Ontario, in December, 1905, with the
train station and hotel of this silver boom centre.
|New Liskeard Station New Liskeard, Ontario, Railway Station, c.
|Trains & Railways: Passenger Trains: 1911-|
|Algoma Central Train Algoma Central train at Searchmont,
Ontario, north of Sault Ste. Marie, 1911.
|Porcupine Special The "Porcupine Special" at the
Gold Fields, Northern Ontario, 1911, bringing people over the extending T.N.O.
|Canadian Volunteers Volunteers of the Queen's Own Rifles
leaving Union Sation, Toronto, in August, 1914.
|Canadian Troops Canadian troops entraining at Vancouver
during the summer of 1914.
|22nd Battalion The French-speaking 22nd Battalion leaving St.
Jean, Quebec, 1915, would achieve an outstanding war record under its commander Colonel
|C.P.R. Station North Toronto C.P.R. Station, which opened in
|Incoming Settlers Settlers detraining at Calgary, Alberta, as part
of an incoming wave during the new century boom of the early twentieth century.
|Canadian Northern Sleeper Inside a Canadian Northern sleeping
car, early 20th century.
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