Boston and Maine Transportation Company, July 1, 1925. Document no binding. 9” x 11”; tri-fold, title and half-tone illustration of a motor coach; fee and ticket information on rear panel; routes with time and a larger half-tone illustration of the motor coach to verso; a few pin holes from tacks, some creasing; very good. Not recorded. Very good. Item #797
Advertising brochure for bus service that ran from Boston, through Newburyport [Mass.], Hampton, Portsmouth, [N.H.], then up into Maine through York, Ogunquit, Wells Beach, Biddeford, to Portland. This was a major tourist route, and transverse “over the old Newburyport Turnpike, the longest perfectly straight road in New England, laid out years ago, and now a splendid State highway”.