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Florida-bound train with palmettos, 1970s.

Black and white photograph created to promote Amtrak trains serving Florida; dates to the 1970s.

"Silver Star...More Convenient Hour" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created in 1972 to promote travel on the Silver Star (New York-Miami/St. Petersburg).

Amfleet II coach under construction, 1980s.

Color photograph showing an Amfleet II coach under construction at the Budd Company's Red Lion Plant; image dates to the early 1980s.

Amfleet II coach under construction, 1980s.

Color photograph showing the interior of an Amfleet II coach during construction at the Budd Company's Red Lion Plant; image dates to the early 1980s.

Amfleet II coach No. 25037, 1980s.

Color photograph showing Amfleet II coach No. 25037; image dates from the early 1980s.

Amfleet II coach interior, 1980s.

Color photograph showing the original decor of an Amfleet II coach from the early 1980s.

X2000 in the Cascade Range, 1993.

Color film slide showing the X2000 being pulled through the Cascade Range in the Pacific Northwest during its national tour.

X2000 crossing the Potomac River, 1993.

Color film slide of the X2000 crossing the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, W.Va., on the last day of its national tour in July, 1993.

X2000 in the Chicago Yards, 1993.

Color slide showing the X2000 in the Chicago Yards for maintenance in June, 1993, during its national tour.

Inter-American brochure, 1974.

Two-color printed paper brochure issued in March, 1974, for the tri-weekly Inter-American (St. Louis-Laredo). Brochure includes schedule, sample fares and information about the bus transfer to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, for the connection to National Railways of Mexico's Aztec Eagle (Nuevo Laredo-Mexico City). The Inter-American ran from 1973-1981; subsequently, part of its route was served by the new Eagle (Chicago-San Antonio-(Los Angeles)). From the W. Mike Weber Collection.