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Each train of the Soo-Spokane consisted of a fast Pacific (4-6-2), followed by an exceptionally long mail-express-baggage car. Then came the tourist sleeper, a first class coach, a dining car, a 12-1 first class sleeper and the observation car.

The cars built specially for the new Soo-Spokane Trains Deluxe in 1907 & others

  • Compartment-Observation-library-buffet Cars (Soo Line Owned)

  • 4 observation cars built for a total of $78,674 = $19,668 each from Can RR & Marine World - Nov/07)
    1. #750 - Curzon (disposed 7-31-33)
    2. #751 - Yahk (disposed 5-19-33)
    3. #752 - Fernie (disposed 12-29-33)
    4. #753 - Nelson (disposed 7-20-33)

  • Compartment-Observation-library-buffet Cars (Soo Line Owned)

  • 2 cars built in 1909 for Twin Cites-Winnipeg Service.
    1. #754 - Twin Cities
    2. #754 - Winnipeg (ended days as work car # x1413)

  • Compartment-Observation-library-buffet Cars (CPR Owned)
    1. - Cranbrook (no #)
    2. - Spokane (no #)

  • First-class Sleepers (Soo-Line owned) ("V"-class, 12-1 cars)

  • 8 sleeping cars built for a total of $166,483 = $ 20,810 each, from Can RR & Marine World, Nov/07)
    1. #1221 - Viking
    2. #1222 - Ventura
    3. #1223 - Vergaas
    4. #1224 - Velva
    5. #1225 - Venlo
    6. #1226 - Valhalla
    7. #1227 - Vanoss
    Note: # 1220 - the Omemee was a prototype built in 1906 for Soo-Pacific use

  • First-class Sleepers (CPR owned)
    1. - Dunmore (no #)
    2. - Digby (no #)
    3. - Portal (?)

  • Dining Cars (Soo Line owned)

  • 2 cars built for a total of $36,909, = $18,454 each, from Can RR & Marine World, Nov/07)
    1. #1100
    2. #1101
    3. #1102
    4. #1103
    5. #1104
    6. #1105
    7. #1106
    8. #1107
    9. #1108
    10. #1109

  • Dining Cars (CPR owned)
    1. - Warwick - built 1902 - (1907) (Heritage Park, Alta)
    2. - Westminster - built 1902 - (1907)
    3. - Berwick - (built 1900)
    4. - Dunrobin - (built 1906)
    5. - Rothsay - (built 1904)
    6. - Roxborough - (built 1904)
    7. - Chambord - built 1903 - (1909?)
    8. - Louvre - built 1903 - (1909?) (Oklahoma City)
    9. - Sandringham - built 1898 - (1911?)

  • Tourist Sleepers (Soo-Line owned)
    1. #2410
    2. #2411

  • Tourist Sleepers (CPR owned) (not identified)

  • First Class (Day) Coaches (Soo-owned)

  • - 23 passenger coaches built at a total of $ 183,114 = $7,961 each, from Can RR 7 Marine World, Nov/07)
    1. # 2400
    2. # 2401
    3. # 2402 ? or 4903 ?

  • First Class (Day) Coaches (CPR owned) (not identified)

  • Note - # 621, built in 1901, was of similar type of construction and interior decor) 

  • Baggage-Mail- Express Cars (Soo Line owned)

  • 14 mail-baggage-express cars built for a total of $94,710 = $6,765 each from Can RR & Marine World, Nov/07)
    1. - 2420
    2. - 2421

  • Baggage-Mail- Express Cars (CPR owned)
    1. # 3696
    2. # 3697
    3. # 3698 (1910)

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