Mr. Campbell rose through the ranks of Canadian National and came into his own during its passenger rail rennaissance of the 1960 decade. A prime creator of Red, White & Blue pricing, he was head of passenger service, and presided over dramatic increases in carryings at a time when other North American railroads were losing ridership and trains at increasing rates.
He was instrumental in creating VIA Rail Canada, first as a CN subsidiary, and then, after a hiatus during which time he served as a senior executive for the Canadian Postal Service, he returned and became Vice President - Marketing for VIA Rail Canada.
Following his retirement, and to his death, he served as an officer of Passenger Transportation Specialists (Canada), an affiliate of Passenger Transportation Specialists, Inc., a US railway consultancy, now known as PTSI Transportation.
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