Super Continental

The Super Continental was a transcontinental Canadian passenger train operated originally by the Canadian National Railway beginning in 1955 and subsequently by Via Rail from 1977 until its cancellation in 1981. Service was restored in 1985 but was again eliminated in 1990. The original CNR train had a Montreal–Ottawa–Toronto-Winnipeg–Saskatoon–Edmonton–Jasper–Vancouver routing with daily service.

Read more about Super Continental:  CNR Passenger Service in The Postwar Era, Inauguration of Service, Decline of Passenger Trains, Via Rail Takeover and First Cancellation, The End