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Amtrak NEWS, December 20, 1977.

Amtrak NEWS. Vol. 4, No. 23 (December 20, 1977): 8. 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 the reinstatement of service on multiple train routes that had been cut due to insufficient funding; opening of the Rensselaer, N.Y., maintenance facility; and reinstatement of sleeping cars, provision of lounge facilities and upgrades to the meal service on the Panama Limited.

Panama Limited "Mardi Gras Deal" flyer, 1980.

Multicolor printed paper flyer issued in late 1979 or early 1980 to promote discounted round-trip coach fares on the daily Panama Limited (Chicago-New Orleans).

Panama Limited football flyer, 1978.

Two color printed paper flyer used to promote travel on the Panama Limited (Chicago-New Orleans) to attend New Orleans Saints football games at the Superdome. From the Ann Owens Collection. "Avoid highway hassles and arrive relaxed at Amtrak's New Orleans Station...only two blocks away from the stadium...take our car...our stylish Amfleet car."

Panama Limited route guide, 1973.

Multicolor printed paper route guide issued in August 1973 for the daily, overnight Panama Limited (Chicago-New Orleans). Guide offers brief descriptions of cities and towns along the route, as well as a fold-out map. From the Ann Owens Collection. In 1981, Amtrak dropped the Panama Limited name in favor of the City of New Orleans, which is still used.