Service in the Dining Car

In 1867, the Great Western Railway of Canada began to offer passengers of the Sleeping Cars, the ability to have a warm meal on long trips across Canada, in the Dining Car.

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For More Information:

  • Great Western Railway (Ontario) – Wikipedia
    The Great Western Railway was a historic Canadian railway that operated in Canada West, today’s province of Ontario. It was the first railway chartered in the province, receiving its original charter as the London and Gore Railroad on 6 March 1834, before receiving its final name when it was rechartered in 1845
  • Great Western Railway (Saskatchewan) – Wikipedia
    The Great Western Railway (reporting mark GWRS) is a Canadian short line railway company operating on former Canadian Pacific Railway trackage in Southwest Saskatchewan.
  • Great Western Railway – HOME
    Great Western Railway Ltd. is located in Southwest Saskatchewan and has been serving Saskatchewan businesses since its establishment in 2000. Locally owned and maintained, GWR runs on 308 miles of track from Canadian Pacific Railway which includes the Shaunavon, Vanguard, Altawan and Notukeu Subdivisions. GWR also services 60 miles on the Fife Lake Railway, which is partially owned by the company, and another 72 miles of the Red Coat Road & Rail on a yearly contractual basis.

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