Railways - Trains√

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Better Farming Train - Exterior

Exterior of Mechanical Exhibits Car and the Dairy, Building and Farm Machinery Exhibits Car of the Better Farming Train. Tilled field and fence in foreground.

Bio/Historical Note: From 1914 to 1922 a Better Farming Train (BFT) toured the province providing lectures and demonstrations and presenting exhibits on matters pertaining to agriculture. Funded by the Agricultural Instruction Act, equipped jointly by the Department of Agriculture and the College of Agriculture, and staffed by the University of Saskatchewan, the BFTs were operated free of charge by the railways. Consisting of between 14 to 17 cars they toured the province for several weeks each summer. During part of one summer two trains operated. The train was divided into five sections: Livestock; Field Husbandry; Boys and Girls; Household Science; Poultry; and Farm Mechanics. A converted flat car acted as a platform for the display and demonstration of the "well-selected" horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry. Each section usually contained a lecture car accompanied by one or more demonstration cars.

Canadian Pacific Railway

The Canadian Pacific Railway yards as they appeared in 1910. Great development had taken place in the preceding twenty years, since the first train left Yorkton in 1891. In the picture above, left center, it will be noted that in 1910 the fair grounds were on the present site of Jubilee park, the live stock building and large tents are seen. On the right is Livingstone Street.

"Construction" in Hemaruka, Alberta

A train on train tracks
Four men are sitting on top of train cars, one man is looking out of a window on top of the caboose, and two men are sitting on the back of the caboose
The side of the caboose reads "Canadian National 76361..."

C.P.R. Bridge

Completed C.P.R. bridge, believed to be the same one pictured in SU1.001, with a train crossing it. Two people stand on a sandbar watching the train go by. Exact location/bridge unknown. Possibly Clark's Crossing?

Dill, Ralph

C.P.R. special train

A train load of McCormick Deering tractors in Rosetown. 20 men in overcoats, suits and ties and hats standing beside the track. Train is stopped. The word "Chicago" is painted on a board on the railcar

Four Men & a Train

Four men bundled up for winter in hats and long jackets stand in front of a train. One boxcar says "Canadian Pacific" and the other says "Canadian Northern." The train would be on the CNR track that ran by Zealandia on the north side of town. There is snow on the ground and two of the men are smoking cigars.

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