National Geographic : 1950 Apr
For mountains, islands, sea and play ... the northwest corner of the U.S.A. There's fun and excitement unlimited in the gay Pacific Northwest. Seattle's fascinating waterfront . . . snow-clad Mt. Rainier. . . Puget Sound ferry trips . . . the Olympic Peninsula's forests, lakes and ocean beaches . . fine hotels and mountain chalets. You get a lot for your vacation dollar in Montana-Washington-a varied wonder- Vistas are wide and high in the glass enclosed Skytop Lounge. land. Frequent sailings from Seattle-Tacoma for nearby British Columbia and for Alaska. Free Vacation Literature For a how-to-plan and how-to-go booklet, write H. Sengstacken, Passenger Traffic Manager, 630 Union Station, Chicago 6, Ill. RI/DE OLLP/AVI This Speedliner tops off a perfect vacation. All new! Private-room sleepers with bed rooms, roomettes and Skytop Lounge; Tour alux sleepers offering berth comfort and privacy at low cost; also Luxurest coaches, dining and Tip Top Grill cars. Enjoy air conditioned comfort on the Olympian HIAWATHA, and the best of moun tain scenery without tiring drives across sun-baked plains. Cars SEC available at your destina- OJ o tion through the conven ient Rail-Auto service. z2 THE MILWAUKEE ROAD "Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you"