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North Coast Hiawatha dinner menu, 1976.

Multi-color printed paper menu issued in June 1976 for use on the North Coast Hiawatha (Chicago-Billings-Seattle). The front cover features a collage of famous landmarks in cities and regions served by Amtrak, including the United States Capitol, Golden Gate Bridge, Statue of Liberty and a southwestern desert landscape. Passengers could chose between sandwiches or entrees such as sauteed filet of northern pike almondine. From the Ann Owens Collection.

North Coast Hiawatha led by SDP40F locomotive No. 536, 1970s.

Color photograph showing the eastbound North Coast Hiawatha (Seattle-Billings-Chicago) approaching the Bozeman Tunnel in southwest Montana; image likely dates to 1973-1974.

Ranch-dorm car on the North Coast Hiawatha, 1970s.

Black and white promotional photograph showing the diner section of a ranch-dorm car used on the North Coast Hiawatha (Chicago-Billings-Seattle). Photograph dates to the early 1970s.

North Coast Hiawatha route guide, 1976.

Two color printed paper route guide with photographs issued in November 1976 for the North Coast Hiawatha (Chicago-Billings-Seattle). Guide offers brief descriptions of cities and towns along the route, as well as a map and photographs. "You will be passing through the most dramatic country in North America."