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Coast Air Transport timetable (undated; late 1920s/early 1930s)

This timetable is estimated to be from the late 1920s or early 1930s. Coast Air Transport's Victoria-Seattle service using the Boeing Flying Boat as shown in the timetable is confirmed from an advertisement in The Daily Colonist, a Victoria newspaper, on August 7, 1932 (same fare, reservation's agent and telephone number in Victoria). On one of the outer panels of the timetable (see image below) the Puget Sound Navigation Co.'s steamer Iroquois is mentioned as being the night steamer between Seattle and Victoria. She was transferred from the Great Lakes and rebuilt for the night run in 1928, so the timetable couldn't be older.

(From the collection of Craig Morris)

This page last updated February 8, 2016.