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"Spend a Week in Washington" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to promote travel to Washington, D.C., aboard the West Virginian (Parkersburg, W.Va.-Washington).

"You Won't Need a Rest" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created in 1972 to promote train travel on the Abraham Lincoln and Prairie State (St. Louis-Chicago-Milwaukee).

"Amtrak's Family Plan" advertisment, 1973.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created in 1973 to promote Amtrak Family plan discounts.

"Chief is Back" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to announce the addition of the Amtrak Chief (Chicago-Los Angeles) to the national schedule for summer 1972.

"Amtrak Gives Chicago Better Train Service" advertisment, 1971.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to announce schedule changes for the national timetable issued on November 14, 1971.

Beech Grove shop floor, 1980s.

Color film slide showing employees on the floor at the Beech Grove, Ind., heavy maintenance facility; image dates to the late 1970s or early 1980s.

Gulf Breeze inaugural ticket, 1989.

Printed paper ticket distributed for the inaugural run of the Gulf Breeze (New York-Birmingham-Mobile) on October 27, 1989.

Amtrak NEWS, February 15, 1977.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 4, No. 3 (February 15, 1977): 8. Print. Includes black and white photographs. From the Amtrak Corporate Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a bi-monthly newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on the lease of two LRC trainsets; service improvements to the Adirondack (New York-Montreal); and progress on the Superliner program.

NortheastDirect Custom/Club Class service brochure, 1990s.

Full color brochure describing classes aboard NortheastDirect (Washington-Boston) trains; dates to the late 1990s. Custom Class passengers enjoyed 2x2 seating with more legroom, complimentary non-alcoholic drinks and newspapers. Club Class passengers were offered spacious 2x1 seating, access to Railfone, at-seat food and beverage service and admission to Metropolitan Lounges at major stations. From the Ann Owens Collection.

"Sharpshooter" fares flyer, 1970s.

Two-color printed paper flyer promoting discount round-trip coach fares between New York and Montreal or Kissimmee, Fla.; flyer likely dates to the late 1970s.