Image from page 8 of “Book of the Royal blue” (1897)

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Image from page 8 of “Book of the Royal blue” (1897)
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Identifier: bookofroyalblue23balt
Title: Book of the Royal blue
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio railroad company. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Middle Atlantic States — Description and travel
Publisher: Baltimore
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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aU Ones entering Wasti– ington in New Union Station attords directconnections to ttie BaHimore & Oliio witli aUSouthern lines witliout transter across tlie city. Baltimore & Ohio trains trom the North,East and West line up under the same rootwith through trains ot the Seaboard Air Line,Atlantic Coast Line, Southern Railway andWashington Southern-Richmond, Fredericks-burg & Potomac RaHways to Richmond, Ashe-ville, Pine Hurst, Savannah, AHanta, Charles-ton, JacksonvUle, St. Augustine, Tampa and aHthe Florida resorts. The winter season in Florida is near athand and tourist rates will soon be in elfect. The route to Southeastern cities via Wash-ington is eminently desirable and tourists areespecially directed to obtain full informationfrom Baltimore & Ohio Ticket Agents. Through Sleeping Cars run between Pitts-burg and Richmond, Va. Through Parlor Cars run between NewYork and Richmond, Va. Secure a Baltimore & Ohio folder toSouthern points. FINEST DAY TRAIN IN AMERICA

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ROYAL BLUE LINE THE ii 99 Royal Limited SPLENDIDAPPOINTMENTS THE best-appointed trainsbetween Washington, Balti-more, Philadelphia and NewYork are those ol the RoyalBlue Line, leaving WashingtonEvery Odd Hour and NewYork Every Even Hourduring the day. €]|A1I trains have Pullman serv-ice, and dining cars serve allmeals. C}|The finest train of the seriesis the Royal Limited, makingthe run in each direction inFIVE HOURS. <|| It is all Pullman, but no extrafare is charged. The cafe-smoking, parlor and observa-tion cars are superb, and anexcellent table dhote dinner isserved. ^ Lighted by electricitythroughout. Electric fans inail cars. = THE = Royal Limited CONVENIENTSCHEDULES NORTHBOUND. Lv. Washington 3.00 pm New Union Station. Ar. Baltimore 3.44 pm Camden Station. Lv. Baltimore 3.48 pm Camden Station. Lv. Baltimore 3.52 pm Mt. Royal Station. Ar. Wilmington 5.17 pm Ar. Philadelphia 5.50 pm 24th and Cliestnut. Ar.NewYork 8.00pm liberty Street. Ar.NewYork 8.10pm 23d Street. SOUTHBOUN

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