Perspective: Just Look at That

Be it 1955 or 2011, passenger trains have advertised the one thing the airplane doesn't have: a really decent view

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Sometimes, the true beauty of a marketing campaign is not so much that it spotlights one of a brand's many dazzling attributes, but makes the best of the only one it's got. That, at any rate, has been the case with American passenger railroading since the end of World War II.

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