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There's really no point in having two stand alone articles about travelling across Canada by rail so I proposed merging whatever we can into Rail travel in Canada, then redirect. -- Andrew H. (Sapphire) 09:14, 21 December 2006 (EST)

Thanks for your comments - however I'm concentrating on a precise itinerary, not a travel topic. It will abide by the guidelines for an intinerary and hopefully will not tread on the toes of the existing travel topic by going into detail not suitable for the Rail travel in Canada page. I would ask that the documents remain un-merged until the complete material exists on this page. Regards, and thank you for your concerns and comments. < james > James 14:27, 21 December 2006 (GMT)

Ok, updating at the end of a long-ish day... the bare factual bones of this itinerary (booking information, routes, classes etc) are now in place. What comes next is a much more subjective itinerary, suggesting one or two ways of doing the trip:

  • fast coast to coast stopping off only when necessary
  • the twelve-travel-days Canrailpass itinerary
  • a longer itinerary with additional stops and recommended excursions off route.

Would appreciate more constructive criticisms and contributions, but as already discussed above it needs to keep to the basic point to point itinerary. < james > James 17:10, 21 December 2006 (GMT)

Across Canada[edit]

I'm also adding a Across Canada by Bicycle wiki page. and would like to have other Across Canada pages. .. however there is a point where its too much for a wiki travel article, as my plan is to go into extreme detail. http://acrosscanadatrails.wikia.com/wiki/Across_Canada_Trails_Wiki

—The preceding comment was added by Acrosscanadatrails (talkcontribs)

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