CALGARY, Alberta — A new logo has been approved for the newly merged CPKC railroad that has routes in Canada, the United States and Mexico. The logo is a modification of the logo CP introduced in 2017 — an updated version of the railway’s heritage shield, beaver, and maple leaf. The CPKC logo replaces the words Canadian Pacific in the golden circle with the initials of the three railways that comprise the new CPKC — KCS, CP, and KCSM. Bold red CPKC initials replace 1881, CP’s founding date, in the gold ribbon at the bottom of the logo. And the 1881 now sits atop the maple leaf, the symbol of Canada.

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Homage to mixed heritage. Expect new logo soon on trains passing through Winona.