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Lower level of a dome car, 1970s.

Black and white photograph showing the lower level of a dome car; image dates to the 1970s.

Coast Starlight/Daylight in the Cascades Mountains, 1970s.

Black and white photograph showing the daily Coast Starlight/Daylight (Los Angeles-Seattle); image dates to 1973-1974.

Dinner menu, 1976.

Printed paper menu issued in March 1976. The cover features a white carnation in a bud vase, while the bottom interior edge includes a line drawing of a train. Passengers could choose from a variety of dishes to suit any appetite, including double ground beef with cottage cheese, pan fried sole and a cheeseburger deluxe. From the Ann Owens Collection.

Luncheon menu, 1973.

Multicolor printed paper lunch menu issued in April 1973.

Amtrak service pins, 1980s.

Antique gold pins with inset rubies created to mark employees' five and ten year service anniversaries. Pins measure approximately 3/4 inch.

Lake Shore Limited cachet, 2005.

Standard paper envelope with printed cachet, stamps and cancellation marks. This piece was created in 2005 to mark the 30th anniversary of the Lake Shore Limited (Boston/New York-Chicago).

Inaugural Adirondack at Rensselaer, N.Y., 1974.

Color slide showing the inaugural Adirondack (New York-Albany-Montreal) on August 5, 1974.

Adirondack at Rensselaer, N.Y., 1974.

Color slide showing the inaugural Adirondack (New York-Albany-Montreal) on August 5, 1974.

Heartland Flyer led by P32-8 No. 500, 2010s.

Color digital image showing the Heartland Flyer (Ft. Worth-Oklahoma City) at Ft. Worth, Texas; image dates to 2010 or 2011.

Machinist at Beech Grove, 2010s.

Color digital image showing a machinist at work in the Beech Grove heavy maintenance facility southeast of Indianapolis; dates to the early 2010s.