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caboose/combo # 210 . notes
This caboose operated with the N.A.R. (Northern Alberta Railroad) and purchased from the C.N.R. in 1988 and restored as an open air car used for standing room passengers and luggage.
coach/parlor # 300 . notes
This coach was built in around 1905 for the Canadian Pacific Railway. After operating for many years with the N.A.R., this 60 foot long car was acquired in 1983 and substantially rebuilt.
In the fall of 2005, for the movie, 'The Assassination of Jesse James', the interior was completely rebuilt. New seats and sleeping bunks were installed. The front part of the car was designed as a posh parlor car for the movie.
coach # 304 .notes
This coach was also built around 1905 for the Canadian Pacific Railway along with its sister car
# 300. After operating for many years with the N.A.R., this 60 foot long car was also substantially rebuilt.
caboose # 308 .notes
CN donated this caboose to Fort Edmonton Park in 1995. It has room and fittings to accomodate 8 wheelchairs and standing room for 15 people. A special treat (for a nominal charge) is to sit in the upper raised cupola which contains seats for viewing the train and other scenery
business car # a1 .notes
This car was donated by the C.N.R. in 1986 and is permanently located on the spur line adjacent to the Model Railroad Display. It is 76 feet in length and weighs 165,000 lbs.