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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

"Prr Installs C.t.c. On 69 Miles of Line" Article (1941)
"Prr Installs C.t.c. On 69 Miles of Line" Article (1941)
Reo "America’s Toughest Truck" Lansing Mi (1944)
Reo "America’s Toughest Truck" Lansing Mi (1944)
Burlington Route’s Pioneer Zephyr – More Than A Train...A Symbol (1944)
Burlington Route’s Pioneer Zephyr – More Than A Train...A Symbol (1944)
Macmillan Car Oil Dealer Albert Dorne Art (1947)
Macmillan Car Oil Dealer Albert Dorne Art (1947)
Rock Island Line’s The Imperial – In Service Oct. 6 The Imperial Rock Island – Southern Pacific (1946)
Rock Island Line’s The Imperial – In Service Oct. 6 The Imperial Rock Island – Southern Pacific (1946)
Burlington Line’s mail-carrying railroad – Handling the mail (1945)
Burlington Line’s mail-carrying railroad – Handling the mail (1945)
Northwest Airline’s Stratocruiser – NOW... ONLY ON NORTHWEST! STRATOCRUISERS COAST TO COAST (1949)
Northwest Airline’s Stratocruiser – NOW... ONLY ON NORTHWEST! STRATOCRUISERS COAST TO COAST (1949)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – SpeedBird Of All Weather Comfort (1949)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – SpeedBird Of All Weather Comfort (1949)
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth (1946)
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth (1946)
Delta Airlines – back to His Southland (1945)
Delta Airlines – back to His Southland (1945)
New York Central Railroad Company’s New Railcars – New Coach for CINDERELLA (1946)
New York Central Railroad Company’s New Railcars – New Coach for CINDERELLA (1946)
Canadian National Railways – Vacations Unlimited... on Canada’s Rail Trail (1947)
Canadian National Railways – Vacations Unlimited... on Canada’s Rail Trail (1947)
National Trailways Bus System – Trailways Serves The Nation at "Scenery Level" (1946)
National Trailways Bus System – Trailways Serves The Nation at "Scenery Level" (1946)
Rock Island Line’s Southern Arizona and California – Rest in the West! and relax all the way via Rock Island (1947)
Rock Island Line’s Southern Arizona and California – Rest in the West! and relax all the way via Rock Island (1947)