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Amtrak NEWS, September 1, 1974.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 1, No. 10 (September 1, 1974): 12. Print. Includes a map and black and white photographs. From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Amtrak NEWS was a newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on over 200 members of Congress and guests traveling to Philadelphia via the Metroliner for Bicentennial activities; $21.6 million provided for track improvements between Boston and New York City; a profile of the Metroliner Service; and employee safety training.

Midwestern Rail Travel Guide, 1990s.

Full color printed paper brochure describing Amtrak services in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Missouri; dates to 2000 or earlier. The brochure includes a large map showing Amtrak routes in the region. Individual state profiles describe annual events and tourist attractions. From the Ann Owens Collection.

Chicago-Detroit service discount fares flyer, 1977.

Two-color printed paper flyer issued in September 1977 to promote discount round-trip coach fares on trains between Detroit and Chicago including the Saint Clair and the Wolverine.

Detroit-Chicago Turboliner Service brochure, 1975.

Multicolor printed paper brochure advertising the introduction of Turboliner equipment on the Detroit-Chicago route in April, 1975. Brochure includes schedules, sample fares and descriptions of towns along the route. "There's a bright new look in everything--from the beautiful new carpeting to the ultra-comfortable upholstered reclining seats, to the fold down dining trays with delicious hot meals available..." From the W. Mike Weber Collection.

Pere Marquette button, 1984.

Promotional button celebrating the Pere Marquette inaugural in August 1984. Metal button with pin; measures approximately 2 1/4" across.