C.N.Rys.—System Folder BThe Folder B edition of the System Time Tables was published from 1923-06-24 to 1961-04-30, inclusive, for the American market., Nos. 1-177
Number/Date of Issue
1 Nos. 1 through 165 have Grand Trunk Railway System in connection with Canadian National Railways and Canadian National Railways in connection with Grand Trunk Railway System from left to right on front cover. Nos. 1 through 37 are 16" wide×9-¾" tall.
1923-06-24
2
1923-09-02
3
1923-09-30
4
1923-10-29
5
1923-12-03
6
1924-01-06
7
1924-mm-dd
8
1924-mm-dd
9
1924-04-27
10
1924-05-18
11
1924-06-22
12
1924-mm-dd
13
1924-mm-dd
14
1924-09-28
15
1924-11-03
16
1924-12-07
17
1925-01-11
18
1925-03-01
19
1925-mm-dd
20
1925-05-31
21
1925-06-28
22
1927-09-27
23
1927-mm-dd
24
1926-01-03
25
1926-03-01
26
1926-05-02
27
1926-06-27
28
1926-09-22
29
1926-mm-dd
30
1927-01-02
31
1927-03-01
32
1927-05-01
33
1927-06-26
34
1927-09-25
35
1927-12-01
36
1928-01-08
37
1928-03-04
38
1928-04-29
39
1928-05-20
40 Nos. 40 through 56 are 16" wide×9" tall.
1928-06-24
41
1928-mm-dd
42
1928-11-18
43
1929-01-06
44
1929-05-19
45
1929-06-23
46
1929-09-29
47
1929-11-17
48
1929-12-29
49
1930-03-02
50
1930-05-18
51
1930-06-29
52
1930-09-28
53
1930-12-07
54
1931-mm-dd
55
1931-mm-dd
56
1931-06-28
57
1931-09-27
58Nos. 58 through 177 are 8" wide and 9" tall.
1931-11-01
59
1932-01-10
60No. 60: Alaska Land of Romance Charm and Mystery and Jasper National Park.
1932-05-01
61
1932-06-26
62
1932-mm-dd
63
1932-mm-dd
64No. 64: The Continental Limited Solid, Through, All Steel Train.
1933-01-08
65
1933-04-20
66
1933-06-25
67
1933-10-01
68
1934-01-07
69No. 69: Alaska Land of Romance Charm and Mystery and Jasper National Park.
1934-03-11
70
1934-04-29
71
1934-06-24
72
1934-09-30
73
1934-12-02
74
1935-mm-dd
75
1935-03-10
76
1935-04-28
77
1935-06-23
78
1935-09-29
79
1935-12-01
80
1936-03-09
81
1936-04-26
82 No. 82 celebrates "A Century of Achievement":
ONE hundred years ago...on July 21, 1836...Canada's first steam train was operated between Laprairie and St. Johns Que. over the Champlain and St. Lawrence Railway....the first sixteen mile link in the chain of railways which now constitutes the Canadian National System, comprising 24,000 miles of line.
THUS, in 1936, the Canadian National Railways enters its second century.
With the advantage of the most modern facilities and equipment, plus a trained personnel ready and anxious to serve, it forges ahead, maintaining the high ideals and traditions which have made it a living force in the field of transportation.

1936-06-21
83
1936-09-27
84No. 84: Canada's Evergreen Playground...The Pacific Coast.
1936-11-29
85
1937-01-31
86
1937-04-25
87
1937-06-27
88No. 88: Canadian National The Largest Railway System in America.
1937-09-26
89
1937-11-28
90
1938-01-09
91No. 91: Alaska Land of Romance Charm and Mystery and Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies.
1938-04-24
92
1938-06-26
93
1938-09-25
94
1938-12-04
95Nos. 95 through 121:
95, 96, 100, 101, 104, 107, 110, 116 A Complete Transport System, Grand Trunk—Canadian National caters to its patrons with excellent Passenger, Freight, Express, Telegraph, Hotel, Steamship and Air Line services
106, 113, 118, 119, 121 A Complete Transport System Passenger—Freight—Express Telegraphs—Hotels Steamships—Air Lines To Everywhere in Canada

1939-01-08
96
1939-04-30
97
1939-06-25
98
1939-09-24
99
1939-12-03
100
1940-01-28
101
1940-04-28
102
1940-06-23
103
1940-09-29
104
1940-12-01
105
1941-03-16
106
1941-04-27
107
1941-06-22
108
1941-09-28
109
1941-11-02
110
1941-11-30
111
1942-02-09
112
1942-04-26
113
1942-06-28
114
1942-09-27
115
1942-11-29
116
1943-02-07
117
1943-05-23
118
1943-06-27
119
1943-09-26
120
1943-12-05
121
1944-02-27
122Nos. 122 through 128: 24,000 mile Steel Highway plus:
122, 124, 128 To Everywhere in Canada.
123, 125, 126, 127 Serves All Canada.

1944-04-30
123
1944-06-25
124
1944-09-24
125
1944-11-26
126
1945-02-25
127
1945-04-29
128
1945-06-24
129No. 129: Plain blue cover with small green maple leaf monogram centre/bottom with date; The Largest Transportation System in America—appears to be "transition" style.
1945-09-30
130Nos. 130 through 152: Plain blue cover with green maple leaf monograms with no picture; The Largest Transportation System in America.
1945-11-25
131
1946-02-24
132
1946-04-28
133
1946-06-23
134
1946-09-29
135
1946-11-24
136
1947-03-02
137
1947-04-27
138
1947-06-22
139
1947-09-28
140
1947-11-30
141
1948-02-29
142
1948-04-25
143
1948-06-20
144
1948-09-26
145
1948-11-28
146
1949-04-24
147
1949-09-25
148
1949-11-27
149
1950-04-30
150
1950-09-24
151
1950-11-26
152
1951-04-29
153
1951-09-30
154
1951-11-25
155
1952-04-27
156Nos. 156 through 160: Same as above but with picture:
156 Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta.
157 Architect's sketches of the new Central Building, Jasper Park Lodge, Canadian Rockies, which will be ready for the opening of the 1953 summer season, June 10. (Upper) exterior, dining room wing and (Lower) exterior of lounge as seen from Lac Beauvert.
158 Sun and fun on the beaches of Canada's Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. And there's much to see and do, swimming, sailing, fishing golf, national parks, interesting cities...All easily reached by Canadian National. Plan that seaside vacation now!
159 Autumn is glorious in Canada and an ideal time for a vacation in the lovely Laurentians (above) in any of Canada's many holiday regions. Train travel is pleasant and uncrowded too as you speed through the colorful autumn countryside.
160 The Macdonald Hotel, Edmonton, one of Canadian National's chain of thirteen Coast-to-Coast Hotels of Distinction. The new 15-storey wing of the Macdonald Hotel contains 300 guest rooms in addition to a new banquet room, new ballroom, new cafeteria and excellent facilities for large and small conventions. Any C.N.R. office will furnish details.
161 This year, Canadian National passenger trains will be appearing in a new dress of green, black and gold. In service all across the country will be 359 brand new cars of various types.
162 View of Central Station area, Montréal, shows how the new Canadian National hotel (in white—upper left) now building, will look when completed in 1957. It will have more than 1,200 guest rooms, banquet accommodation for 2,500 people, and convention seating accommodation for 4,000. To right of hotel, shaded, is proposed new headquarters building for CNR.
163 The Ocean Limited, All-Sleeping-Car Train between Montréal and Halifax, crossing the Richelieu River at Beloeil, Que.<,/tr>

1952-09-28
157
1952-11-30
158
1953-04-26
159
1953-09-27
160
1953-11-29
161
1954-04-25
162
1954-09-26
163
1954-11-28
164 Nos. 164 through 175: Green cover with red maple leaf monograms with picture of diesel locomotive trains.
1955-04-24
165
1955-09-25
166 Nos. 166 through 175 have Canadian National Railways in connection with Grand Trunk Railway System and Grand Trunk Railway System in connection with Canadian National Railways from left to right on front cover.
1956-04-29
167
1956-09-30
168
1957-04-28
169
1957-10-27
170
1958-04-27
171
1958-10-26
172
1958-12-07
173
1959-04-26
174
1959-10-25
175
1960-04-24
176No. 176: Red with "CN" and "Grand Trunk Railway System".
1960-10-30
177No. 177 is last Folder B edition and feaures the modern CN monogram.
1961-04-30
Refer to Folder A, Nos. 190-213.

Time tables shown thus are from the JPS collection.

Date of issue for time tables shown thus has not been established.