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1990: Amtrak wall calendar. "The Montrealer on its route between Washington D.C. and Montreal, glistens in the early morning sun as it glides across an arm of Lake Champlain at East Alburg, VT. The train is shown powered by two F69PH-AC diesel locomotives with AC traction systems, the first to be built in the U.S. The locomotives will be tested extensively throughout the Amtrak system in 1990." Artist: Gil Reid. #travel #poster #ephemera #Amtrak #trains

Multicolor printed paper wall calendar produced by Amtrak to promote its services. Annual calendar measures x and includes artwork by American artist Gil Reid.

Roomette in the Amtrak Coast Starlight, March 2012

Roomette in the Amtrak Coast Starlight, March 2012

Amtrak wall calendar, 1984.

"The new Auto Train carrying passengers and their automobiles between Virginia and Florida, meets Amtrak's Silver Meteor, providing passenger service between New York and Florida.

This style might work for the 20th anniversary  look - and similar to a local graphic designer   poster?  fundraiser idea....

New Zealand Centennial Travel Poster New Zealand Centennial Travel Poster - Old vintage travel poster promoting holiday and vacation travel to celebrate New Zealand's Centennial, 1840 to Fantastic print for home, bar, restaurant or office decor.

Amtrak wall calendar, 1981.

Multicolor printed paper wall calendar produced by Amtrak to promote its services. Annual calendar measures x and includes artwork by American artist Gil Reid.

amtrak postcards | From the Beach to the Mountains

From the Beach to the Mountains — Amtrak: History of America’s Railroad

Explore America By Rail - #Railroad:

Explore America By Rail - This classic travel print is sure to dress up any train-enthusiast’s home or office wall. Printed on gallery-grade paper, this work of art is sure to be admired by all for years to come!

Amtrak wall calendar, 1985.

"The California Zepher en route from Chicago to San Francisco, travels through the heart of the Rocky Mountains on the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad west of Denver.

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