The Canadian Train
The Canadian was the last Trans-Continental train to be built for the famed Canadian Pacific Railway. Consequently, it is a true classic. The original Streamliner coaches, built from stainless steel, have been fully restored to their 1950s splendour, and today The Canadian can be found traversing the rugged landscape between the cities of Vancouver and Toronto.
Great Rail Journeys' tours on The Canadian include travel in Sleeper Touring Class (formerly Silver and Blue Class), the best accommodation on board. Your private cabin will be furnished with a washbasin, WC, and mirror. During the day, you can also recline in a comfortable armchair.
Each cabin is serviced by professional crew members, who will ensure that you receive complimentary extras such as toiletries, bottled water, and fresh towels. Single and double cabins are available depending on your preference, and showers can be found at the end of the corridor.
The Park Car has a fabulous 1950's designed bar that provides aperitifs and wine, and an observation dome that offers panoramic views of Canada's remarkable scenery. This luxurious cabin is available exclusively to travellers in Sleeper Touring Class - so make the most of it!