National Geographic : 1937 Mar
"I told you wewere in good hands! Fromthevery moment you set foot aboard a sturdy Anchor liner, you're served as if you were royalty." Yet the direct Anchor Line Route to Ireland and Scotland is amazingly economical. It gives you, not only the luxury of leisure on roomy, comfortable ships, but-most important of all allows you to start your tour of Europe at the top of the map. Landing in Irish ports, or at the dock in Glasgow... the beauty spots of the British Isles are directly on your route. There's no expen sive retracing of steps, because you travel in the logical direction...all the way! That's why so many seasoned travelers sail Anchor Line to Europe. Frequent sailings from New York and Boston toLondonderry,Dublin,Belfast,Glasgow. MINIMUM RATES: Cabin Class, $142. Tourist Class, $110. Third Class, $82. Slightly higher during Summer Season. Reductions for Round Trips. "SCOTLAND'S OWN FLEET" T. S. S. Caledonia T. S. S. Transylvania T. S. S. California T. S. S. Cameronia T. S. S. Tuscania Built by Scots ... Manned by Scots SEE YOUR OWN AUTHORIZED TRAVEL AGENT, OR /2 89 BROAD ST., NEW YORK CITY Offices in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Toronto This Ye l Years Great Britain&Ireland iORONATION! The thrill and glamour of I solemn ceremony, the event of a lifetime in SEuropean History. London in gala decora tion-but do not confine yourself to London. Eng land, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, you must visit them all before you return. ENGLAND-You must not miss the historic mon uments, its picturesque countryside and villages; the great Cathedral Cities of Canterbury and York, Dur ham and Chester; the ageless Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; the lovely West Country, Devon and Cornwall, Shakespeare's home town of Stratford on-Avon-the Lake District, beloved of English poets. You must go also to the South Coast-to the famous resorts of Brighton and Bournemouth. SCOTLAND-You can speed North from London to the contrasting beauties ofScotland on the famous "Flying Scotsman" or by the "Royal Scot -crack flyers with an international reputation. Thrill to the skirl of pipes in Edinburgh-golf at St. Andrews and Gleneagles-re-live the brave tales of Scott and Stevenson in the Scottish Highlands. IRELAND-There, too, you will find a historic country of incredible beauty and charm; your trip will be incomplete unless you visit that gracious island which offers you open-hearted hospitality and the finest of sport. And you can travel to the Continent and have a choice of 18 different routes including those through the famous ports of Dover and Harwich, or sleep your way between London and Paris by the new Train Ferry service. For itineraries, literature, maps, etc., write Department 407 T. R. DESTER, General Traffic Manager 551 Fifth Avenue, New York, or your own Tourist Agent ASSOCIATED BRITISH &IRISH RAILWAYS INCORPORATED "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."