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Tour from New York City to Watkins Glen and return on the NYC RR for in 1890
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taken from Health and Pleasure on ‘America’s Greatest Railroad’ published by the New York Central and Hudson River RR in 1890.
Image from page 117 of “Book of the Royal blue” (1897)
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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
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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Text Appearing Before Image:
more 6 Ohio R. R. ROYAL BLUE LINE 1904 TOURS TO Washington 1904 UNDER PERSONAL ESCORTALL EXPENSES INCLUDED Seven = Day Tours From BOSTON January 5 February 12 March 11 April 8January 29 February 26 March 25 AprU 22 COVERS EVERY EXPENSE; EACH TOUR OCCUPYING ONE WEEK From NEW YORK January 6 February 13 March 12 April 9January 30 February 27 March 26 April 23 COVERS EVERY EXPENSE: EACH TOUR OCCUPYING ONE WEEK Three=Day Tours From NEW YORK From PHILADELPHIA From WILMINGTON From CHE.STER. January 21 February IS March 8 April 21February 4 March 3 AprU 7 May 5 COVERS EVERY EXPENSE, INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION FOR THE TO THE LaND OF THE SLIMMER SKY Baltimore & Ohio R. R. CALENDAR OF Florida Tours WASHINGTON TICKETS WILLSOLD AT . . Exceedingly Low Rales INCLUDING EXPENSES EN ROUTE From All Principal Points East oS the Ohio River 904 1 St 3 January 26 via Sea board Air Line February 9 via Sou thern Railway iviarcli 8 via Atlantic Coast Line ASK AGENT FOR DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET
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COMMnNION. Book of the Royal Blue. Published Monthly by thePassenger Department of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. BALTIMORE, JANUARY, 1904. 0 COMMUNION. HENRV EDWARD WARNER. SAY! have you seen the bright eyes in the dew, The blushing wild rose in the lap of the twilight,The smile of the trees, and the heavenly blueOf violets nodding and nodding to you ? O, say! have you sat where the gray rocks adorn The breast of the mountain, Gods treasure-house guarding,And heard the soul-song of the day newly bornAnd nurtured in love, in the arms of the morn? IllO, sayl have you walked where the forest sprite springs And strews smiling flowers to w^elcome your coming.Or harked to <he flutter of myriad wingsWhere each feathered creature its rhapsodies sings? O, say! has your soul left its narrow confines And bounded away to the bidding of Nature,Or fragrance inhaled from the life-giving pines,Or balsamed its grief neath the berry-hung vines? VGo, then, where bright flowrs gem the emerald sod
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