National Geographic : 1949 Jun
ENJOY the best that Canada offers. Play in the mountain-and-sea setting of the glorious West Coast (Vancouver harbor, above), or see the sights of her Eastern Cities: Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax.. .You go in comfort by Canadian National, the railway to everywhere in Canada. "f/4o wS~AEwSTv CA-NADA'S Er" EXPLORE the snug harbors, the historic towns, the "picture places" of Canada's Maritime Provinces. (Above, deep-sea fishing craft at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia). The Ocean Limited, the International Limited and other Canadian National "name" trains give easy access to all Eastern Canada. * Here they are, the 10 Top Vacations as revealed in a 1948 survey of U. S. travel preferences: Alaska Cruise * British Columbia • Canadian Rockies oCross-Canada Rail Tour * Eastern Cities and the Laurentians Gasp4 and the Saguenay * Lake of the Woods e Maritime Provinces Highlands of Ontario •Winnipeg & Hudson Bay. Chooseyour vacation - then have your nearest Canadian National office plan it for you. BE THE GUEST of the largest railway system in North America... travelling happy-go-lazy to choice vacation areas ... stopping at Canadian National resorts and big city hotels of distinction. To California and anywhere West, to New York and anywhere East, go Canadian National. "We'll tell you where and take you there!" CAA DZ7D1yM4 THE RAILWAY TO EVERYWHERE IN CANADA Canadian National offices in U.S. -Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Duluth, KansasCity, LosAngeles, Minneapolis, New York, Phila delphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Me., San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Washington, D.C. Offices also in Montreal, Canada; Sydney, Australiaj and Wellington, New Zealand.