National Geographic : 1931 Jul
OPERATOR, 64 OAvDO/V .l/tui e dw.. ona wif tw45O /fe autL z ABUSINESS man was traveling between Toronto and Montreal on Canadian National's famous International Limited. To the train radio operator, he said, "Please get me London on the 'phone." In fifteen minutes he was talking with his family in England, while traveling 50 miles an hour. On only two trains in the world today both Canadian National-is this miracle of two-way telephone service possible. Devel oped by Canadian National engineers, it is an instance of the progressive spirit that is bringing countless other new luxuries and conveniences to travelers over this, the largest railroad in America. Observation cars, where the sun streams through vita-glass windows... radio at your chair . . . oil-electric locomotives . . . the fastest service between Montreal and the Middle West... two transcontinental ser vices without changing cars. These are a few of the achievements which have made Cana dian National one of the foremost transpor tation systems of the world. Come to Canada this year. For helpful information get in touch with the nearest Canadian National office. This famous Canadian Na tional Hotel - CHATEAU LAURIER-is part of the cosmopolitan and colorful background of Ottawa, capital city of the Dominion. CANADIAN NATIONAL Cl/edjLaryet ^euluraif fittL a. cfmmenica OFFICES BOSTON DETROIT NEW YORK ST. LOUIS 186Tremont St. 1523 Washington Blvd. 673 Fifth Avenue 314 No. Broadway BUFFALO DULUTH PHILADELPHIA ST. PAUL 420 Main St. 430 W. Superior St. 1422 Chestnut St. 83 East Fifth Street CHICAGO KANSAS CITY PITTSBURGH SAN FRANCISCO ISo. Michigan Ave. 706 Walnut St. 3556 Fifth Ave. 648 Market St. CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES PORTLAND. ME. SEATTLE 49 E. Fourth St. 607 So. Grand Ave. Grand Trunk Ry. Sta. 1329 Fourth Ave. CLEVELAND MINNEAPOLIS PORTLAND ORE. WASHINGTON D. 925 Euclid Ave. 634 Marquette Ave. 302 Yamhill St. 901-15th St.. N . W ,3r «> 91 31181 I*MMMMH I 1_ 4 C.