I wanted to take a coast-to-coast journey across Canada in a way that had never been seen before. To give a fresh perspective to the journey I decided to take the train. It’s not just any train, but rather the legendary 1959 passenger train that was first to be called “The Canadian.”
The train has an unexpected feature: I carry the train rather than it carrying me. The train is only 2-inches tall.
Cape Breton Shore
Cathedral Grove, British Columbia
Cavendish Shore, Prince Edward Island
The Rock, Newfoundland
Prairie Skyway, Saskatchewan
Kouchibouguac, New Brunswick
Driftwood, British Columbia
Water Tunnel, Nova Scotia
Algonquin Park, Ontario
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