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RTG Turboliner alongside a body of water, 1970s.

Color slide showing an RTG Turboliner trainset moving alongside a body of water; image likely dates to the 1970s.

"Relax All The Way To Los Angeles On Amtrak's Sunset Limited" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to highlight travel on the Sunset Limited (New Orleans-Los Angeles); dates to 1972.

"New Metropark Station Gives Jersey Its Own 'Gateway'" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to highlight the new Metropark, N.J., station; dates to 1972.

"Two Kinds of Savings For Chicago Train Travelers" advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to announce coach fare reductions for trains between Chicago and East Coast destinations; dates to June 1972.

"Now Go To Baltimore Washington From Amtrak's New Metropark Station" advertisement, 1971.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created to highlight the new Metropark, N.J., station; dates to 1971 or 1972.

"Special Amtrak Trains...For The Army-Navy Game" (New York/Newark) advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created in late 1972 to highlight special trains run between New York/Newark and Philadelphia for the annual Army-Navy Game.

"Special Amtrak Trains...For The Army-Navy Game" (Washington) advertisement, 1972.

Printed paper insertion proof of an advertisement created in late 1972 to highlight special trains run between Washington and Philadelphia for the annual Army-Navy Game.

Train moving along the edge of a waterway, 1980s.

Color slide showing a western long-distance train along the shore of a river; image likely dates to the 1980s.

"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/Potomac Turbo (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).