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Chicago & Alton R.R.: Pullman Vestibuled Trains. Between Chicago and St. Louis; Chicago and Kansas City; Chicago and Peoria; St. Louis and Kansas City; and all points West, South, and South-West.
Chicago, Illinois: Rand McNally Printers, July, 1896. Map engraved by Rand McNally & Co. - Folding railroad timetable and map, decorative yellow and black front panel, pictorial yellow and black back panel, 24" x 35", folding to 4" x 8.25", 27 panels, 1 24" x 35" map including margins. An extensive timetable for "America's Most Popular Railroad," connecting Chicago to St. Louis and Kansas City, with extended connections to San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle. A full sheet railway map appears on the verso, depicting the entire United States, Southern Canada and northern Mexico. The Chicago & Alton line is printed in bold black, as are the most relevant extensions. The text advertises the Railroad's pioneering dining car service with all meals $1.00 for adults and 50 cents for children. An illustration on the back panel depicting a lady dozing in a chair while reading a book advertises "Palace Reclining Chair Cars Free of Extra Charge." CONDITION: Good, small separations at some folds, crease and chipping on lower left corner of back panel.
      [Bookseller: James Arsenault & Company, ABAA]
Last Found On: 2018-02-20           Check availability:      AbeBooks    


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