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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

Greyhound – Fares Still Amazingly Low! Schedules More Frequent And Better Than Ever (1946)
Greyhound – Fares Still Amazingly Low! Schedules More Frequent And Better Than Ever (1946)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Colorado – Keep Cool all the way to Colorado (1948)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Colorado – Keep Cool all the way to Colorado (1948)
The Airlines of the United State’s Air Travel – Grandma has Places to Go
The Airlines of the United State’s Air Travel – Grandma has Places to Go
Cunard White Star Line’s Mauritania – The New Mauretania Again In Luxury Service (1947)
Cunard White Star Line’s Mauritania – The New Mauretania Again In Luxury Service (1947)
Pullman-standar (1944)
Pullman-standar (1944)
Eastern Air Line’s Havana – Now Single Reservation to HAVANA (1947)
Eastern Air Line’s Havana – Now Single Reservation to HAVANA (1947)
New York Central Railroad Company’s New York Central – Pick the Winner – N.Y.C. (1949)
New York Central Railroad Company’s New York Central – Pick the Winner – N.Y.C. (1949)
Santa Fe System Lines – Go Santa Fe to the Winter Resort country (1948)
Santa Fe System Lines – Go Santa Fe to the Winter Resort country (1948)
New York Central System’s Luxury coaches – Vacation all the way-on New York Central’s new luxury coaches (1947)
New York Central System’s Luxury coaches – Vacation all the way-on New York Central’s new luxury coaches (1947)
Autocar Trucks, O. Baumann (1945)
Autocar Trucks, O. Baumann (1945)
Greyhound’s Various destinations – Frequent Departures (1946)
Greyhound’s Various destinations – Frequent Departures (1946)
United Air Line’s various destinations – Mainliners to New York, Washington, Cleveland (1944)
United Air Line’s various destinations – Mainliners to New York, Washington, Cleveland (1944)
Burlington Line’s Western United States – No reconversion problem here (1945)
Burlington Line’s Western United States – No reconversion problem here (1945)
"K.c.s. Speeds Up It’s War-time Traffic" Article (1945)
"K.c.s. Speeds Up It’s War-time Traffic" Article (1945)