Larry Walton Railway Map showing Canadian National Railways lines in Western Canada from August 1954 also showing railways - Canadian Pacific, Greater Winnipeg Water District, Northern Alberta, Pacific Great Eastern, Midland Railway of Manitoba (joint Great Northern and Northern Pacific) and Great Northern (in BC)
Larry Walton Railway Map showing Canadian National Railways lines in Western Canada from August 1954.  Canadian Pacific, Greater Winnipeg Water District, Northern Alberta, Pacific Great Eastern, Midland Railway of Manitoba (joint Great Northern and Northern Pacific) and Great Northern (in BC)

Canadian National Railways Western Lines Map


The area covered is from Port Arthur/Fort William and Churchill to Prince Rupert and Vancouver Island- town names and locations as after 1954
showing Canadian National Railways lines in Western Canada from August 1954, Western Canada British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and a portion of Ontario.
Not only were the the Canadian National lines shown, but also Canadian Pacific, Greater Winnipeg Water District, Northern Alberta,
Pacific Great Eastern, Midland Railway of Manitoba (joint Great Northern and Northern Pacific) and Great Northern (in BC).

On this particular map, all these lines have probably 95%+ of the points on each line shown.


Larry Walton Railway Map showing Canadian National Railways lines in Western Canada from August 1954,  Western Canada British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba -  The area covered is from Port Arthur/Fort William and Churchill to Prince Rupert and Vancouver Island  Canadian Pacific, Greater Winnipeg Water District, Northern Alberta, Pacific Great Eastern, Midland Railway of Manitoba (joint Great Northern and Northern Pacific) and Great Northern (in BC)


Alphabetical Western Canada Listing:

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

BC AB SK MB ON MN Western Canada placenames beginning with the letter above and each letter leads to its alphabetical listing.


Larry Walton Railway Map showing Canadian National Railways lines in Western Canada from August 1954,  Western Canada British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba -  The area covered is from Port Arthur/Fort William and Churchill to Prince Rupert and Vancouver Island  Canadian Pacific, Greater Winnipeg Water District, Northern Alberta, Pacific Great Eastern, Midland Railway of Manitoba (joint Great Northern and Northern Pacific) and Great Northern (in BC)
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