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Amtrak NEWS, February-March, 1981.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 8, No. 2 (February-March, 1981): 12. Print. Includes black and white photographs. From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a newsletter published for and by Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on employee input into Amtrak training programs for new and ongoing employees; high attendance at Family Days events in Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami, Fla.; and the establishment of the Amtrak corporate library.

Amtrak NEWS, January, 1981.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 8, No. 1 (January, 1981): 8. Print. Includes black and white photographs. From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a newsletter published for and by Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on riding on the City of New Orleans, renamed from the Panama Limited, starting Feb. 1, 1981; deployment of additional Superliners into revenue service; and the debut concert by Amtrak's "Big Band" in Philadelphia 30th Street Station.

Amtrak NEWS, December, 1980.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 7, No. 10 (December, 1980): 16. Print. Includes black and white photographs. From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a newsletter published for and by Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on employee awards; the people and activities at the Los Angeles Eighth Street maintenance yard; the departure of the last steam-heated equipment from Chicago, leaving the coach yard there all-electric; and the groundbreaking for a new station at New Carrollton, Md.

Amtrak President W. Graham Claytor, Jr., 1980s.

Black and white portrait photograph of Amtrak President W. Graham Claytor, Jr.; dates to the early 1980s.

Atlantic City Rail Terminal dedication booklet, 1989.

Multi-color printed paper booklet created for the dedication of the Atlantic City, N.J., Rail Terminal and the inauguration of Atlantic City Express service (Washington/New York/Philadelphia-Atlantic City) in May 1989. "The service represents the culmination of a five-year effort undertaken by Amtrak and New Jersey Transit to restore the Atlantic City rail line," Amtrak noted. Speakers included Atlantic City Mayor James Usry and U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg. From the Ann Owens Collection.

Amfleet II food service car interior, 1980s.

Color photograph showing the central cafe section of an Amfleet II food service car; image likely dates to the 1980s.

Amfleet coach car No. 21800 interior, 1981.

Black and white photograph showing the interior of Amfleet coach car No. 21800; image dates to 1981.

Amtrak NEWS, September-October 1980.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 7, No. 8 (September-October 1980): 16. Print. Includes black and white photographs and drawings. From the Amtrak Corporate Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a bi-monthly newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on a Family Days celebration in Los Angeles and inauguration of the Prairie Marksman (Chicago-Peoria).

Amtrak NEWS, November 1980.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 7, No. 9 (November 1980): 16. Print. Includes black and white photographs. From the Amtrak Corporate Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a monthly newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on the Amtrak national sales convention; inauguration of the Hoosier State (Chicago-Indianapolis); and the dedication of the BWI Airport station.

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.