Pullman Rail Service -1940B
Mr. F. Gladden Searle travels over 50,000 miles a year, much of it by Pullman. I'll bet he travels that way as much as possible; 50,000 is a lot of miles by rail. But, hey, you can check 150 lbs of luggage in the luggage car, as well as your personal carry-ons, and a Pullman lower berth is, on the average, only $2.65 overnight. Or go for a Pullman Single Occupancy Section -- or a private room!
Published in the October, 1940 issue of FORTUNE
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