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One of our uniformed crew members putting the final touches on a lower berth on a Fall 2022 Charter.
Photo by David Splitt
Recalling the opening of a classic American folk song by Woody Guthrie…
“This land is your land
This land is my land
From the Californias to the New York island
From the redwood forests
To the gulf stream waters…”
See this land, by Pullman, aboard DOVER HARBOR.
Interested in a private charter in 2023? Let’s talk. We are now booking adventures with clients for 2023. Whether you want to give your family trip of a lifetime, enjoy travel with a group of friends, or hold a unique incentives and rewards activity or business meeting event for your company, a DOVER HARBOR journey will not disappoint. Talk with our Charter Agent for more information.
Photo by J. Lilly
Over the next few days, our fall trip line up of public DOVER HARBOR trips will be announced. The first four trips are now posted. For more information visit our Upcoming Public Trips page.
Here is a vintage Pullman Company advertisement from a brochure that touts “heart of town” convenience. Know what, that’s still true! Go Pullman. Go DOVER HARBOR.
Here is a vintage Pullman advertisement showing two gentlemen in a men’s washroom. Very nostalgic. This is grand, but aboard DOVER HARBOR your experience is even better! Each bedroom has its own sink, razor outlet, toilet, and there are plenty of towels. So the next time you travel, go the way Americans have been doing it for more almost a century, travel with us aboard DOVER HARBOR. Avoid the hassles of the security, the cramped conditions on a plane, and those long drives. We don’t serve airport or fast food!
Safety, sleep in a real bed, service, privacy, and roominess were some of the great reasons that Pullman advertised as advantages to “Going Pullman” frequently in its advertising. Here is an advertising clip from a circa 1930s Pullman ad talking about these advantages, which you may still enjoy aboard DOVER HARBOR today.
On September 17th, 2021 DCNRHS Member Mark Piotrowski took this spectacular photo as DOVER HARBOR sailed past Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia. DOVER HARBOR was bringing up the markers on Amtrak’s Capitol Limited train No. 30 eastbound. The car was on a charter.
Shenandoah Junction is in the eastern panhandle of West Virgnia. It derives its name as a former interchange point between the Norfolk and Western Railway and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The train is traveling on the tracks of CSX.