43 3/4x28 3/4 inches, 111 1/4x73 cm. University Press, Cambridge, Mass. Condition B: repaired tear from bottom edge into central image; minor repaired tears and restoration in margins.
Railway Age magazine reported in June, 1932, that "'Boat Trains' from interior New England points in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, operating direct to the gang planks of ocean liners, which will cruise at sea for nearly eight hours, and yet make it possible for passengers to be back at their homes the same day, will be introduced by Boston and Maine Railroad commencing on Sunday, June 26 . . . a sort of summer-time reverse movement of the now famous 'snow train'" (p. 46). The vessel pictured is the Eastern Steamship Lines' Evangeline, which went into service in 1927.