Builder: DMRR WOLFE
About CP “The Canadian” transcontinental (c.1965) by DMRR WOLFE
"The Canadian" was introduced by Canadian Pacific in April 1955 as its flagship transcontinental passenger train from Montreal and Toronto to Vancouver. It featured new FP9A locomotives (essentially lengthened F7's) and a consist of new stainless steel passenger cars built by Budd in Philadelphia which are still in use today.
The 3 locomotives and 4 cars are made up of 8300 parts with extensive undercarriage detail but only minimal interiors to save weight. So far, Locomotive 4106 and the baggage car have been built.
All parts are available in their proper colours except for excect for 4 parts that will be air-brushed in gloss black/light bluish grey.