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March 20, 1915

Association News

JAMA. 1915;LXIV(12):1011-1012. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570380059023

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Additional Northern Routes  Last week the most northern available route for the return trip from San Francisco was outlined. Three additional lines, from Portland, Tacoma or Seattle, are as follows:

Great Northern Railway  This route affords access to the Glacier National Park. The trip may be made directly from Portland to Spokane, or following the route already outlined, it may be by way of Tacoma and Seattle, then to Everett and eastward over the main line of the Great Northern to Spokane. In the direct route from Portland to Spokane, the course of the Columbia is followed for some 200 miles and thence through the canyon of the Snake River, until finally Spokane is reached. When the trip is through Tacoma and Seattle, by the Cascade Mountain and Puget Sound route, the train passes through the great

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