In Fall, 1963, Canadian Pacific issued a timetable with dramatically redesigned cover that replaced the company’s traditional yellow background with a pretty picture in the foreground with one that was simply black with “Canadian Pacific” in script. This was much less user friendly especially since, when folded (as they often would be), all that would be visible from a distance would be “Canadian” or “Pacific” but not both. This is the last timetable in the “black” series.
Inside, the 36 pages are filled with ads for CP hotels, steamships, and other services. CP named passenger trains left on the timetable included the Canadian and the Atlantic from Montreal to St. Johns, New Brunswick, plus a couple of trains each from Montreal to Quebec City and Montreal to Ottawa. Almost all of the other listed trains were given the name “Dayliner,” including a few trains out of Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto, Calgary, and a handful of others.