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French language cafe car menu, 1991.

Multi-color printed paper menu issued in 1991 for display in a food service car. Includes an accent drawing of a F40 locomotive.

Montrealer menu, 1980s.

Multi-color printed paper, bilingual English/French menu issued for use on the Montrealer (Montreal-Washington). In addition to breakfast and dinner options, the menu features "Soup, etc./Potage plus" - a hot bowl of soup accompanied by a loaf of French bread, gouda cheese and a chilled apple. The daytime Vermonter (St. Albans, Vt.-Washington) replaced the Montrealer on April 1, 1995. From the Ann Owens Collection.

Amtrak Bellows Falls, Vt., station, 1970s.

Color slide showing the Amtrak station in Bellows Falls, Vt.; image probably dates to the 1970s.

Montpelier, Vt., depot, c. 1980s.

Color slide showing the Montpelier, Vt., depot; image likely dates to the 1980s.

St. Albans, Vt. station staff, 1976.

Black and white photograph from the December 20, 1976, issue of Amtrak NEWS showing ticket clerks at the St. Albans, Vt. station.

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.

Ski Northeast brochure, 1974.

Multicolor printed paper brochure issued for winter 1974-1975 promoting vacation packages to famous Vermont ski resorts including Stowe, Bolton Valley, Jay Peak and Smuggler's Notch. Packages included coach or sleeper fares aboard the Montrealer (Washington-Montreal), where passengers could join a "carefree crowd." A highlight of the train was "Le Pub," a "dimly-lit, romantic cocktail lounge car" that featured a piano and singer on weekends. From the W. Mike Weber Collection.

Northbound Montrealer at Northfield Falls, Vermont.

Black and white photograph showing the Montrealer (Washington-Montreal) passing two covered bridges near Northfield Falls, Vermont. Image dates to the late 1970s or early 1980s.

Northbound Montrealer at St. Albans, Vt.

Black and white photograph showing the Montrealer (Washington-Montreal) at St. Albans, Vermont. Based on the Phase II paint scheme found on the locomotive and cars, this photograph probably dates to the late 1970s.

Montrealer dinner menu, 1977.

Black-and-white printed paper, bilingual English/French menu issued in April 1977 for use on the Montrealer (Montreal-New York-Washington). Covers designed to resemble a newspaper feature articles about the new Turboliners and the U.S.A. Rail Pass. Entrees include Veal Cordon Bleu and Poached Filet of Sole with Cream Sauce. The daytime Vermonter, terminating in St. Albans, Vt., replaced the Montrealer on April 1, 1995. Courtesy of Brian Roman.