THE SHORT LINE
FLORIDA AND THE NORTH.
Florida Central and Peninsular
Double Daily Trains
NEW YORK AND JACKSONVILLE,
Connecting also with St. Augustine.
These trains run via Savannah, Columbia, Lynchburg, Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia, connecting over same line for ASHEVILLE, and the favorite resports of the Mountains of Virginia and the Carolinas.
Double Daily Trains
MACON, ATLANTA AND JACKSONVILLE,
In connection with the Southern Railway- the only line entering the EXPOSITION GROUNDS.
Daily between Cincinnati and Jacksonville.
The Cincinnati and Florida Limited, a vestibuled train, making close connection with Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Louisville and all points West.
Daily between St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, all Arkansas and Missouri points, and Jacksonville.
Only line between NEW ORLEANS and JACKSONVILLE with through Sleepers. Runs through the beatuful Middle Florida Hill Country- Pensacola and Escambia Bay.
All these trains connect with St. Augustine, the Indian River, and St. Johns River points, direct for Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg, Orlando, Winter Park, and all West Coast points- Hunting and Fishing Resorts. Send for list. Send for best Indexed Map of Florida.
J.L. ADAMS, General Eastern Agent, 353 Broadyway, New York.
W.B. Pennington, General Western Agent, 169 Walnut Street, Cincinnati.
E.D. Palmer, Agent, 197 Washington Street, Boston.
Daniel Lammot, Southern Agent, 40 S. Third street, Philadelphia.
John R. Duval, Agent, 205 E. Baltimore street, Baltimore.
H.F. Davis, Commercial Building, St. Louis.
G.W. Carhart, Endicott Building, St. Paul, Minn.
N.S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager
WALER G. COLEMAN,
Gen. Trav. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla.
Gen. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla.
State Library of Florida: Florida Collection, 917.59-I54 01
Advertisement for the Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad, including a map of the railroad and its connections in Florida and the Eastern Seaboard of the United States as far as New York City. The ad describes the services provided by the railroad company, and lists many of its agents in various cities around the Eastern United States. Printed on page 10 of Helen K. Ingram, Tourists' and Settlers' Guide to Florida (Jacksonville: Da Costa Printing & Publishing House, 1895).