National Geographic : 1940 Jun
9,000 Miles for $90 ine means just what it says. storied cities you've read about - the shores of the Atlantic, Pacific, the Gulf *p aboard a railroad train in of Mexico, and those inland seas, the town-and put as much as Great Lakes-the land of Dixie and the nd miles of America behind great Northwest-the towering Rockies you return-all for the price and the forest-clad ranges of the East you ride in comfortable air- landmarks hallowed in your nation's his day coaches-or $135.00 (plus tory-and landmarks of a civilization so Sor two persons in a lower old it has been forgotten. 'ou travel in spacious Pull- You can take sixty days to do it-go by any established route-stop off wherever you wish. See with your own eyes the grandeur of This land you live in-there's no other nation like it in the world. So think of the things you'd like to see the New York World's Fair-the Golden Gate exposition-the multicolored can yons carved by western rivers and the man-made canyons of Manhattan-elm shaded villages of New England and sun drenched pueblos of the southwest-the unspoiled natural wonders of the great National Parks and the sophistication of All these and more can be included in a vacation which starts the moment you step aboard a train. It's the kind of vacation you've always dreamed of taking-and now the Ameri can railroads are ready to make it come true. And in addition to the fascinating places you will see, you'll find new interest and luxury in today's trains, with their modern roomy coach and Pullman equipment smart styling-ever faster schedules-and air-conditioned comfort and cleanliness. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS WASHINGTON, D.C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." That headl You can ste your home nine thousa you before of$90,ify conditioned $45 for one berth)-if y mans.