The National Railway Historical Society took a trip from Toronto to Niagara Falls on August 31, 1958, and this breakfast menu was used on the trip. For $1.95 (about $16.50 in today’s money), passengers could get ham or bacon and eggs or an omelet with juice or cereal, bread, and a beverage.
Pictured on the cover is a pulp mill in the town of Corner Brook, Newfoundland. CN advertised that, unlike its competitor Canadian Pacific, it served every Canadian province including Newfoundland, which CP did not reach. But it seems like it could have put something a little more attractive than a pulp mill in the cover photo.