Publication: Texas A & M University Press, 2020, College Station
8 1/2" x 5 1/2" in blue printed covers. 4 panels. The Nancy Hanks was a popular Central of Georgia Railway passenger train in Georgia running between Atlanta and Savannah. "The Nancy," as it was affectionately known, was an all-coach, reserved-seat train with grill lounge service. April 30, 1971, saw the last run of the Nancy Hanks II, the day before Amtrak came into being. Offers Luncheon and Dinner Table D'Hote Menu, an A La Carte Menu, and Sandwich Suggestions. Rear panel offers alcoholic beverages and states at the top edge, "Sale of Alcoholic Beverages to Minors or Persons visibly Intoxicated Prohibited." Minimal wear to the extremities. One of the last menus produced for "The Nancy."
Inventory Number: 39982