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Canadian National Railway

Trivia

Apart from being the acronym of Canadian National Railway, the now called North America's Railway Transportation Services logo, just like the Dutch Railways logo, also resembles the track of a railway.

Also just to inform you the CN logo was created before the 1980 CNN logo was given brith.

To be precise the logo was designed in 1961 by Toronto graphic designer Allan Robb Fleming. At the time it was introduced the logo was startling in its modernity and simplicity. It was part of a massive overhaul of CN's stodgy corporate image, coming just one year after the railroad, one of the world's largest, retired its last steam locomotives. Communications scholar Marshall MacLuhan called the logo 'an icon'. A 1999 survey showed 99% of Canadians recognized the brand. Often affectionately called the 'wet noodle', the 'CN worm' and other such nicknames, it replaced an older logo based on a traditional maple leaf design with English-language text ('Serves All Canada') and the initials CNR. By dropping the R and the ancillary text, the new logo served equally well in both English and French. It was adapted for use on CN's major American subsidiaries, the Grand Trunk (GT) and Central Vermont (CV) railways.

Source: http://www.cn.ca/companyinfo/history/logo1960.shtml

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Canadian National Railway


Year: Unknown

Category: Transportation
Style: Figurative

Design: Allan Robb Fleming
Continent: North-America
Country: Canada

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