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Train at the Brunswick, Md. station, 1970s.

Black and white photograph showing a train stopped at the Brunswick, Md. station; image likely dates to the mid-1970s.

Amfleet II coach No. 25004, 1981.

Black and white photograph from November, 1981, showing Amfleet II coach No. 25004.

Heritage Sleeping car Joseph V. MacDonald, 1984.

Black and white photograph from November, 1984, showing Heritage Sleeping car No. 2990, the Joseph V. MacDonald.

Heritage Sleeping car Roomette, 1983.

Black and white photograph from April, 1983, showing a Roomette made up for sleeping in Heritage Sleeping car No. 2463.

"Popular Eastern Trains" brochure, 1973.

Multicolor printed paper brochure released in February, 1973, to promote travel on trains in the East. Color photographs and text describe accommodations and services aboard the Broadway Limited, Florida trains, Northeast Corridor trains, Montrealer and Night Owl. The brochure also provides an overview of Western long-distance trains such as the North Coast Hiawatha and the Inter-American. Courtesy of Brian Roman.

"Welcome Aboard!" brochure, 1976.

Multicolor printed paper brochure released in December, 1976, to promote Amtrak travel. Artwork and car diagrams describe the various accommodations aboard short- and long-distance trains. Brochure also explains the boarding process, dining services, and tour and rail pass options. "When you enter the world of Amtrak you find out just how smooth and simple traveling can be..." From the Ann Owens Collection.

"Ski Amtrak Country" brochure, 1983.

Multicolor printed paper brochure issued for winter 1983-1984 to promote vacation packages via Amtrak to famous ski resorts across the United States and Canada. "Enjoy the après-ski atmosphere of the Amtrak lounge. Sink into cushioned reclining coach seats...Meet other ski buffs and make new friends. Polish up your ski jargon..." From the W. Mike Weber Collection.

"Pick of the Peaks--East" brochure, 1978.

Multicolor printed paper brochure issued for winter 1978-1979 to promote vacation packages to famous eastern ski resorts in Vermont and Quebec—including Mont Ste. Marie, Glen Ellen and Sugarbush Valley—accessible from designated "ski stations." Packages included round-trip coach fare for the Montrealer or Adirondack, lodging and lift tickets; meals, ski lessons and rental equipment were extra. From the Ann Owens Collection.

"Pick of the Peaks--West" brochure, 1978.

Multicolor printed paper brochure issued for winter 1978-1979 to promote vacation packages to famous western ski resorts—including Vail, Colo., Sun Valley, Idaho, Park City, Utah and Jackson Hole, Wyo.—accessible from designated "ski stations." Packages included round-trip coach fare, lodging and lift tickets; meals, ski lessons and rental equipment were extra. From the Ann Owens Collection.

Amtrak wall calendar, 1990.

Multicolor printed paper wall calendar produced by Amtrak to promote its services. Annual calendar measures 23.5" x 33.5" and includes artwork by American artist Gil Reid.