The Overland Limited was the “the ne plus ultra of travel luxury”
Did you know that thing in front of the train is called a cowcatcher? Or a pilot, if you’re boring.
The Overland Limited was in service from 1887 to 1963, Or maybe 1899 to 1938. There is some disagreement.
I have questions.
What is that tool/toy at the bottom of the ad?
The husband is totally cheating on her, right?
Is wearing white really the wisest choice here?
Classic Trains has a nice assortment of Golden State Limited marketing materials.
Golden State’s later years were not quite so posh and luxurious.
And what good is Golden State Limited history if it doesn’t include tales of train robberies gone wrong and bodies found in drippy trunks?
Oh, now you want to learn more about Winnie Ruth Judd, AKA the Trunk Murderess, AKA the Tiger Woman, AKA the Blonde Butcher? I gotcha covered. Also, there’s a website named Murderpedia.