The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), formerly also known as CP Rail , is a historic Canadian Class I rail carrier founded in 1881 and now operated by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP, NYSE: CP), which began operations as legal owner in a corporate restructuring in 2001. across Canada and into the United States.
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Arctic Circle Train, Sweden to Norway - The line runs between Kiruna in Sweden and Narvik in Norway, passing through spectacular scenery. Make sure to stop and explore the wonderful sights of the North Pole. You can experience natural phenomenons that only exist so far up north, such as the midnight sun and the Northern Lights. Or try dog sledding, go on a killer whale safari and combine it with cross-country skiing.
The New Shasta Daylight Train, Portland - San Francisco
Antwerp’s ‘Railway Cathedral’ has its domed roof, iron and glass vaulted ceilings and lavishly decorated stone and marble interiors to thank for its landmark status – definitely fancier than your average interchange. Not only that but the station complex houses three levels of tracks, a shopping mall and a diamond gallery home to some 30 diamond shops.
150 Years of Great American Trains - Union Pacific 119 - On May 10, 1869, Central Pacific Railroad chief Leland Stanford used a golden hammer to pound a single golden spike into the ground, joining the tracks of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads in Promontory Summit, Utah. Beside Stanford were two trains -- the Central Pacific's Jupiter, and the Union Pacific's 119.