Vancouver: Canadian National Railways / N.M. R. A., 1965. 20p., profuse b&w vignette photos of choo-choos and scenery, including one of "Sanquatch with Indian girl" (well, not actually a PHOTO, just an inspired drawing), illustrations integrated with lengthy text, text reproduced from typescript. Item is worn with dust-soil on the outside and a couple coffee splashes within; complete and handleable, good copy.
We have keyword-coded Totemland Special for 'toys' although images and text settle exclusively on real trains, real landscape and a real-ish yeti; coding also 'fraternal organization' as we imagine play-train players are largely male. Parenthetically again, while the coinage 'totemland' invokes Native American material, we see none here; perhaps like the Sasquatch they too are imaginary (powerfully so, like many mental creations).