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Route map of The Canadian.

  • Red - the original route along the Canadian Pacific Railway in the early years and as it was operated by Via Rail after 1978 until 1990.
  • Blue - the current route along Canadian National Railway.

Routenskizze des "Canadian"

  • Rot - die Originalroute auf der Canadian Pacific Railway bis 1990
  • Blau - die aktuelle Route entlang der Canadian National Railway

Created by en:User:Al guy on March 5, 2005 and released under the GFDL. Map drawn in GIMP. Underlying data is public domain courtesy of United States Bureau of Transportation Statistics . See en:User:Al guy/maps for general information on how the map was created.

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