National Geographic : 1938 Mar
(J-i i nTU ... ON THE ANCHOR LINE TO EUROPE VIA SCOTLAND AND IRELAND Every meal is an "occasion" on the Anchor Line. Food fit for kings, prepared by inspired chefs--in bountiful profusion. And hospitality and service as heart-warming as Anchor Line's celebrated cuisine. Yet Anchor Line is economical. Rates are at tractively low; its famous money-saving route to Europe, the choice of thousands of veteran travelers. Because you start your trip abroad at the top of the map, travel in a logical, "going" direction all the way. You'll visit emerald Ireland; or dock direct at Glasgow for its Empire Exhibition and historic Scotland, with the North of England and London but a few hours away en route to the Continent. Thus avoiding expensive retracing of steps and uneconomical itineraries. Frequent sailings from New York and Boston to Cobh, Dublin, Londonderry, Belfast and Glasgow. MINIMUM RATES: Cabin Class $155.00, Tourist Class $120.50, Third Class $91.00. Slightly higher in summer season. Reduction for round trips. SEE YOUR OWN AUTHORIZED TRAVEL AGENT. OR A lHOR Established 1852 11 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, NEW YORK, N. Y. Offices in Boston * Chicago * Cleveland * Philadelphia St. Louis * Pittsburgh * New Orleans * San Francisco* Toronto "You'll like us Fine!".. We'll greet you with true Scottish cheer- as full of color and warmth as a Highland plaid. Come the economical way-by RAIL. We're proud of our world-famous trains "The Coronation" and "The Coronation Scot," two of the fastest in Europe-taking you into Scotland in 5 hours. We'll show you the glories of Edinburgh and her Rock Queen Mary's Holyrood palace-Sir Wal ter Scott's pinnacled Abbotsford-Bobby Burns' cottage in Ayr - Loch Katrine's heathery hills-glorious golf at Gleneagles and St. Andrews - modern, hospitable hotels-Glasgow for the Empire Exposi tion-all reached easily, luxuriously and swiftly by rail. Aye, you'll like us fine, and the low visa cost of $2.00 instead of $10.00! It's but a step to Ireland, too, by steamers connect ing with fast, modern trains and buses. Or to Continental Europe by such famous ports as Dover, Folkestone and Harwich. Write Dept. 407 for the new "Romance of Scotland" booklet-illustrated, helpful, and free. Address: C. M . TURNER, General Traffic Manager, 9 Rockefeller Plaza (16 West 49th St.), New York. L. T . Jones, Middle West Representative, 333 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. J . D. Cameron, Pacific Coast Representative, 412 West Sixth St., Los Angeles, Cal., or your own Tourist Agent. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."