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Canadian Pacific West Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific West Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel by train to destinations like the one here, the west coast rockies. See Canadian Pacific West Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific East Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific East Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel by trains to destinations like the one here, eastern tours through the rockies. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific East Coast Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Eastern Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Eastern Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel to destinations like the one here, eastern tours through the rockies. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Eastern Tour Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Bungalow Camps Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Bungalow Camps Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel to destinations like the one here, tours through the rockies with stops at the Bungalow Camps where travelers could enjoy horseback riding. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Bungalow Camps Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Winter Sports in Old Quebec Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Winter Sports in Old Quebec Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring travel to Old Quebec to enjoy the winter, such as sledding seen here, by way of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Winter Sports in Old Quebec Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Travel Streamliner Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Travel Streamliner Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Train Travel by their Streamliner. This lady is happily waiting for her ride aboard this luxury train. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Travel Streamliner Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Comet Airway Plane Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Comet Airway Plane Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising promoting travel by air with Canadian Pacific Airlines Comet airplane. Destinations were not limited, travel 'across the pacific'. This proud pilot would see your journey safe. See Canadian Pacific Comet Airway Plane Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Alaska Tour Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Alaska Tour Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel by trains to destinations like the one here, Alaska to take in views of this majestic place aboard a cruise ship. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Alaska Tour Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Quebec Resorts Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Quebec Resorts Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising produced for Canadian Pacific Railways to entice people to travel by trains to destinations like the one here, Quebec Canada to take in the beauty in a peaceful place. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Quebec Resorts Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Ontario Fishing Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Ontario Fishing Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railway produced to entice travel to Ontario Canada for fishing . Here two men reel in the catch of the day from a canoe they took out just a short way from the cabins. See Canadian Pacific Ontario Fishing Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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At that time, graphic design was a newfound profession and a way for emerging artists to get paid for a craft that was once considered more merely a hobby. Travel posters and advertising became a big business for ad agencies and magazines. New technology made it possible to print many posters at one time, whereas in the past, artists were limited by the level of production they could manufacture on a mass scale.
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