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First Broadway Limited with head-end power equipment, 1980.

Black and white photograph from the March-April 1980 issue of Amtrak NEWS.

Broadway Limited at Horseshoe Curve postcard.

Color paper postcard featuring the Broadway Limited traveling over the famous Horseshoe Curve in fall. This card is one of a set produced by Amtrak with various images of trains and interiors and dates to the late 1980s or early 1990s.

Broadway Limited "Sovereign Service" flyer, 1980s.

Multi-color printed paper flyer likely produced in the early 1980s to promote improvements to the Broadway Limited (Washington/New York-Chicago). From the Ann Owens Collection. In 1980, the train gained new Amfleet II coaches to replace older equipment inherited from the predecessor railroads. The Amtrak Broadway Limited was discontinued in 1995.

Broadway Limited route guide, 1977.

Two-color printed paper route guide issued in January 1977 for the daily Broadway Limited (New York/Washington-Chicago). Guide offers brief descriptions of cities and towns along the route, as well as a map and photographs. From the Ann Owens Collection. The train took its name from that of a predecessor run by the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Amtrak Broadway Limited was discontinued in 1995.

"The Great American Rail Sale" booklet, 1978.

Two-color printed paper brochure describing various fares discounts available in 1978. Organized by routes, which include the Colonial (Boston-Newport News), Broadway Limited (New York/Washington-Chicago) and Adirondack (New York-Montréal). From the Ann Owens Collection.

Broadway Limited on the Northeast Corridor, early 1970s.

Black and white photograph showing GG-1 #4902 leading theBroadway Limited over the Northeast Corridor.

The Broadway Limited on Horseshoe Curve, 1980s.

Black and white photograph showing train No. 40 descending the famous curve outside of Altoona, Pa.