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1944, Trains of Tomorrow

Ad from the March 18, 1944 issue of Collier's magazine

"So what does the train of tomorrow look like? It has plush seating, fantastic views, good company and plenty of room to stretch your legs. You can even get some work done at a proper desk if you please."




Color illustrations from the GM Train of Tomorrow brochure, 1947:









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