Transport Fever – Canadian Pacific 28-1 Heavyweight Parlor

Features and Information
  • Introduced: 1954
  • Production ends: 1965
  • Top Speed: 180
  • Lifespan: 20 years

Two paint schemes are included:

  • Canadian Pacific Standard Parlor
  • Canadian Pacific “Renfrew” Named Coach

Around World War One, the Canadian Pacific had began building a significant amount of heavyweight (and lightweight) passenger cars for many of their named trains. Parlor cars like these would have been used on the 1939 Royal Canadian Pacific train, when the British royal family toured Canada. Additionally, parlors like this would have been used on Canadian Pacific’s cross-country train of the time: The Dominion.

Credit(s): Wief Chiggum

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