Business & Finance: New Trains

Railroad news last week centred about the Yankee Clipper. Named by a committee headed by John Coolidge, which, of course, gave it much prenatal publicity, the new New York, New Haven and Hartford's Boston-to-New York express made its first trip from Manhattan last week. Time: 4 hr. 45 min.—a quarter-hour less than it take the N. Y., N. H. & H.'s other crack Boston-New York trains, the Merchants and the Knickerbocker. More expensive by $1.30 than either of these two, a ride on the Yankee Clipper costs $12.26. The train, all Pullman, is...

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