1963. Express passenger train No. 5, enroute Chapleau to White River. In the "hole" at Ryerson, waiting on an eastbound passenger train. Bill Pellow Jr. and Bill Pellow Sr. This was 1963, the last year I worked on the railroad. I would graduate as a dentist the following spring and retire from the Canadian Pacific Railroad. I was 33 and my dad was 60 years old. I was home from university and working in the summer months making money to complete my dentistry. Dad never touched the throttle the entire trip. It was exciting then to run a locomotive and especially a passenger train. The transition in life style for me had begun.