National Geographic : 1963 Mar
... just overnight from London The best way to "go Dutch" is via British Railways. Enjoy your dinner on the London-Harwich Express as English country scenes charm the eye. Then, go to sea on a cross-channel steamer (a British Railways service). Delightful voyage, all the amenities of an ocean-going liner. Destination: windmills, wonderful people, colorful Holland ! France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark and the Channel Islands are other British Railways destinations-served by a fleet of modern ships. On your next trip, take the train to see more of Britain. Then go by rail to sea - and sail on to additional happy days on the Continent. FREE: Your Holiday Data Kit... a complete tour planner is yours on request. Write to British Railways, Dept. G -l, 630 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N. Y. For American Travelers... Two Outstanding Values! * GUEST PASS ... an individual pass Only $4.20* a day for unlimited rail travel in Great Britain 1st Class: $6.30 a day *2nd Class: $4.20 a day. Minimum 7 days. Discounts up to 10% on longer periods. * THRIFT COUPONS ... the ideal family plan Up to 1,100 miles* of rail travel in Great Britain & Ireland for only $30.00 1st Class: $45.00 • 2nd Class: $30.00. *Less than 1,100 miles if used for successive short trips in Britain, steamer journeys, or rail journeys in Ireland. Extra: Coupons are exchangeable for steamers, Pullmans, etc. see more The above tickets are not obtainable in Britain or Ireland. of Britain . by train I3RITISH RAILAYS , 630 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N. Y . * 39 South LaSalle Street, Chicago 3, Ill. 510 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles 14, Calif. * 4 King Street West, Toronto 1, Ont. 409 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C . Diesel power, and some of the smoothest track in the world, give you the rest that helps you enjoy the best of Britain. $15.00 pays for dinner, a single room, bath and breakfast at the British Railways' Welcombe Hotel in Stratford-on-Avon, on an es tate once owned by Shakespeare. Advance reservations may be made for seats, berths and meals on trains in Britain and Ireland, for cabins or sleeping accommo dations and meals on cross-chan nel trips.