March 2018, we discovered (along with some of our steely-eyed customers) that there are missing pages in the guide. Basically Section 14 Guide to Canadian Railways, pages 12, 13 and 15 are blank. If you've already ordered the Guide, we apologize and offer a link to a PDF file for the missing pages.
The 2018 edition of the Canadian Trackside Guide® is the Bytown Railway Society’s 36th edition – contains 744 updated and expanded 5½” x 8½” pages current to February 11, 2018.
Edited by Earl Roberts & David Stremes
5½” x 8½”, Soft cover, 736 pages
- Locomotives of CN, CPR, VIA, plus Regionals and Industrials
- Preserved equipment
- Passenger cars
- Urban rail transit
- Non-revenue equipment
- Radio frequencies
- Passenger train schedules
- Freight train numbers
- Railway reporting marks
- Detailed divisional maps and subdivision listings for all Canadian railways and their U.S. components, including station names, mileposts, detectors. siding lengths, locations of cross-overs, wyes and more
- Maps of major cities detailing rail lines
The only comprehensive guide to Canadian railways, including US based operations.
If you are curious about the content of this publication, we have sample content from representative sections of the 2015 edition available in PDF for viewing here: Trackside Guide Sample Content
Please visit our Canadian Trackside Guide page to order your copy.