── Canadian National Railway (CN) luxury transcontinental train [transcontinental train] and traction machine EMD F7A / B
[Canadian National Railway (CN)]
-Canadian National Railway is a first-class railway company established in 1918.
-It is the largest railway company in Canada in terms of management scale and income in a dedicated freight railway.
-Passenger sales are also carried out until 1978, and passenger sales are currently handled by VIA Railway.
-In 1955, two of Canada's largest luxury transcontinental trains were born.
-The Canadian National Railway (CN) started the operation of the luxury transcontinental train [Super Continental], and the Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) started the operation of the luxury transcontinental train [Canada].
-However, the Canadian Pacific Railway [Canadian] had a dome car with a window protruding from the ceiling of the vehicle, and was superior in charm and topicality.
[Continental panoramic driving]
-Olympian Hiawassa, a transcontinental train of the Milwaukee Railway, was stopped in 1961, and the Olympian Hiawassa Superdome and Observation Car were transferred from the Milwaukee Railway to the Continental Train from the summer travel season of 1963 Panorama driving has started.
-A long distance between Toronto and Vancouver, EMD F7 with 1,500 horsepower led the [Continental Train] in triples (A + B + A).
-EMD F7 was manufactured between 1949 and 1953 with 2,366 A units and 1,483 B units.
-The vehicle for Canada was manufactured by General Motors Diesel (GMD).
-The prototype is composed of the 1960s-1970s Olympian Hiawassa Superdome and Observation Car.
-Tail light on
-7-book case (original sleeve)
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