National Geographic : 1927 Apr
to Yellowstone Park! The switroad to happy days THIs is the logical way to vaca tionland! The Milwaukee Road reaches all the glorious vacation land of the Northwest by the world-famous Olympian or by the Columbian. If you are outward-bound for Alaska, the Far East, or the Is lands of the South Seas, it will take you in luxury to shipside r 'on Puget Sound. For 660 miles across four great mountain ranges fit is electrified-the world's long est electrified railroad, the most modern achievement in smooth, luxurious motion. If your destination is a favorite vacation spot, undoubtedly The Milwaukee Road leads to it. Gallatin Gateway to Yellow Sstone. Belt and Ranger Moun Stains. Rocky Mountains. Upper Valley and sources of the Mis souri. Lake Pepin. Lakes and woods of Wisconsin and Minne sota. Bitter Root Mountains. Columbia River. St. Joe River. Lake Chacolet. Mt. Rainier Na tional Park. Cascade Range. Puget Sound. The Olympic Peninsula. The great plains of Montana and the Dakotas. All reached by trunk lines of the Milwaukee Road. The trip on the splendidly equipped Olympian is in itself an extraordinary experience. In all the comfort of a fine club you may sweep smoothly through the most diversified, most beautiful, and most interesting regions of America. Perfect service, deli cious meals, and an unbroken panorama of stimulating scenes! MILWAUKEE ROAD GEo. B. HAYNES, Passenger Traffic DMgr. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Union Station, Chicago, Illino:s I am planning a trip [l to Yellowstone Park O to the Pacific Northwest. Please send me your travel literature. Nan e . ... _.. . _ "Address .. .. / .............................. .. ..... ..... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .