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Revision as of 19:39, 31 May 2010 by Hayford Peirce (Talk | contribs) (The Spirt of Professor Jensen lives on!: new section)

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 Definition A description of the history of railways in Canada from its first railway in 1836 to the present. [d] [e]
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can't wait to see maps

I love trains and maps. What a perfect article this will be. Anything I can do to help you find a good map? Tom Kelly 23:19, 13 January 2008 (CST)

Tom, please help out! I love maps too--I did add one for the Grand Trunk article Try looking at [1] for their maps circa 1890. These 1922 maps are out of copyright at GT1891.jpg, Richard Jensen 23:43, 13 January 2008 (CST)

The Spirt of Professor Jensen lives on!

The moment I saw the title of this article, Canada, railways, I says to meself, says I, "That must be the work of Professor Jensen!" So I look at the History of the article, and guess what?

Don't you think that it could be Moved to, oh let's say, Canadian railways? I'm sure that Professor Jensen won't come back to bite us if we did.... Hayford Peirce 19:39, 31 May 2010 (UTC)