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Vinatage Railroad Ads from 1930s to 1950s… when traveling by train was deluxe…

Vinatage Railroad Ads from 1930s to 1950s… when traveling by train was deluxe…

Pullman and Social History:

  • Vintage Railroad Ads – 1930s to 1950s…
  • Pullman, the Super Chief, Southern Pacific, the Chief and the 20th Century Limited.

1930s: Go Pullman overnight for $4.75…

1950s : The Shasta Daylight on the friendly Southern Pacific…

Deluxe travel to the Coast – during the 1940s…

Santa Fe to Phoenix and Palm Springs…

Santa Fe – The Super Chief and The Chief – All-Pullman trains…

The 20th Century in the 1930s – before the train was streamlined.

On the Chesapeake and Ohio… 1930s.

Arriving on the 20th Century Limited – Late 1940s – An event!

The Pullman Staff – Conductor, Porters and the Barber… 1930s…

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