Once a familiar sight in downtown Calgary, Locomotive 29 — built in Montreal in 1885 — is now located at the CPR's Ogden campus. It remains however a visible reminder of the exciting story of Canada's transcontinental expansion, told in a new book from historian Stephen R. Bown. The book is reviewed here by John Robson.
Once a familiar sight in downtown Calgary, Locomotive 29 — built in Montreal in 1885 — is now located at the CPR's Ogden campus. It remains however a visible reminder of the exciting story of Canada's transcontinental expansion, told in a new book from historian Stephen R. Bown. The book is reviewed here by John Robson. Bernard Spragg, Christchurch NZ Wiki Commons

ROBSON: You may never see Canada the same way, again

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