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Take the train to your family vacation destination! (1956)

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Read how Union Pacific’s Family Travel Plan gives you luxurious, restful travel at small cost

Now you and your family can enjoy the finest in rail travel — all its comforts and conveniences — at a remarkably big saving. Now there’s no need to drive your car for economy’s sake. No need to fight traffic, to worry about where to stay overnight.

Briefly, here’s the family plan. Only one parent pays full rail fare. Others in the family group pay one-half or one-quarter fare depending on age. Children under five years ride free. Mail the coupon for full details. This money-saving plan applies on all Union Pacific Domeliners and Streamliners serving the scenic West.

For a relaxing vacation for all the family, go by rail — by Union Pacific. On arrival, you can rent a car for sightseeing. Ask your ticket or travel agent for full information.

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Union Pacific railroad travel

On your vacation, take the children on the money-saving family travel plan

Union Pacific covers a number of western vacation regions. Among them are Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks – Zion, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon National Parks – California and Pacific Northwest – Colorado mountain parks – Sun Valley, Idaho

A visit to any one will be an educational treat for the youngsters… an enjoyable experience for parents. And you can go in complete comfort on a Union Pacific Domeliner or Streamliner.

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To and from the Pacific coast – Go deluxe on Union Pacific Domeliners

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Roof garden dining

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Here it is!

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