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Menu For The North Shore Line's Electroliners Tavern Lounge Car Chicago North Shore And Milwaukee Railroads

Menu For The North Shore Line's Electroliners Tavern Lounge Car

Chicago North Shore And Milwaukee Railroads

8-1/2" x 6" die cut menu in the shape of the front end the Electroliner Tavern Lounge car (food and beverages). 4 panels. Printed in the striking red and green scheme of these famous interurban cars. The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad, often called the North Shore Line, was an interurban railroad line that operated between Chicago, Illinois, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, until its abandonment in 1963, ending their days as the Libertyliners in Philadelphia. The menu offers "The Electroburger" with potato chips, relish and coffee, tea or milk for $1.40. Other items offered were sandwiches, home-made pies, cocktails, liquors, brandy, liqueurs, mixed drinks, wines, beer, ale, soft drinks, cigarettes, etc. A beautiful copy of a very rare menu. Fine.

Inventory Number: 39984

$105.00
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