National Geographic : 1940 Nov
Play where summer spends the winter As you can see from this map, Southern Pacific lines serve the great Southwest where summer spends the winter... roman tic New Orleans, the friendly Arizona guest ranches and resorts,Palm Springs and all of Southern California (All-Winter Sun Festi val starts December 1),Santa Barbara, Del Monte and San Francisco... Yosemite and the Sugar Bowl, where you can ski in pow der snow under a warm winter sun. Why not speed away from winter soon on a fine, luxurious Southern Pacific train -the Sunset Limited from New Orleans or the Golden State Limited from Chicago (extra fine service for no extra fare). Or board our famous Streamliner City of San Francisco,the Forty-Nineror the Overland Limited, straight across the continent to the Golden Gate. Or ride the Californianor San Francisco Challenger, economy trains for chaircarand tourist passengers exclusively. For free booklets describing any of the places mentioned above, write 0. P. Bart lett, Dept. NT-11. 310 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois. The Friendly Southern Pacific "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."