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Canadian Railway

Canada

Modern Times Wonders

by Global Television

Video

1 of 1 copy available

CANADIAN RAILWAY In Halifax, on Canada's east coast, one of the world's most famous train journeys begins: on the Canadian Railway, an amazing journey across the North American continent and the Canadian Rocky Mountains on a railroad that extends for 6000 kilometres, with comfortable trains that feature observation wagons for some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. First stop, Ville De Quebec, capital of Canada's likewise named province and then on to Montreal and Toronto to take in a few of the sights of these fabulous cities. The luxurious railway hotel, Chateau Lake Louise, is a reminder of the glorious pioneering days of earlier times when remote areas could only be reached by train. Thus, the railroad marked the beginning of Canada's Tourist Age. The final destination, Vancouver, Canada's third largest city and surely one of its most beautiful. A dynamic metropolis in a beautiful setting that enjoys not only a mild climate but also a multicultural ambience. Travelling by train will never be the same again!


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Publisher: TravelVideoStore.com

Streaming video

  • Release date: March 26, 2008
  • Duration: 00:09:30
  • Number of parts: 1

  • Public Performance: Not permitted

  • 1 of 1 copy available

    Formats

    Streaming video

    subjects

    Documentary Travel

    Languages

    English

    CANADIAN RAILWAY In Halifax, on Canada's east coast, one of the world's most famous train journeys begins: on the Canadian Railway, an amazing journey across the North American continent and the Canadian Rocky Mountains on a railroad that extends for 6000 kilometres, with comfortable trains that feature observation wagons for some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. First stop, Ville De Quebec, capital of Canada's likewise named province and then on to Montreal and Toronto to take in a few of the sights of these fabulous cities. The luxurious railway hotel, Chateau Lake Louise, is a reminder of the glorious pioneering days of earlier times when remote areas could only be reached by train. Thus, the railroad marked the beginning of Canada's Tourist Age. The final destination, Vancouver, Canada's third largest city and surely one of its most beautiful. A dynamic metropolis in a beautiful setting that enjoys not only a mild climate but also a multicultural ambience. Travelling by train will never be the same again!


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