EXCURSIONS! 1872. THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL ROUTES! FOR TOURISTS AND PLEASURE-SEEKERS, VIA FITCHBURG, CHESHIRE AND RENSSELAER AND SARATOGA RAILROADS AND THEIR CONNECTIONS. THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT LINE TO SARATOGA, LAKE GEORGE, LAKE CHAMPLAIN, PLATTSBURG, AND THE ADIRONDACKS. ROUND TRIP AND EXCURSION TICKETS, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES, GOOD UNTIL NOV. 1, 1872, TO BE HAD AT COMPANY'S OFFICE, 82 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. C. A. FAXON, GEN. AGENT. BOSTON, JULY 1, 1872. Boston: Railway Steam Printing Works, 159 Washington Street, 1872. Single sheet, 47.5x37 cm (18 3/4 x 14 3/8 inches), printed on both sides, folded to make 24 panels 1 map. A brochure listing 100 excursions and cost of each, with a large map, approximately 12x14 inches, "Map of the Fitchburg, Cheshire and Rensselaer & Saratoga Railroads and Connections." Promotes Saratoga Springs, "the most famous watering place in the world," Lake George, "the finest lake in America," and the Adirondack wilderness, "one of the best fishing and hunting resorts in America." Includes rail and steamer schedules, including ships on Lake George and Lake Champlain. Not in Cole (1976). Some tears along folds, some tanning and soiling, a good copy. Not found in OCLC. (#172704).