A Mount Lowe travel brochure featuring the classic Circular Bridge imagery and the simple “A Way-Up Trip” slogan.
A two-color Pacific Electric Mount Lowe brochure describing it as “A Trip of Surpassing Grandeur.”
A Pacific Electric Mount Lowe brochure promising a “way up trip.”
A Mount Lowe Railway brochure produced in November 1902 featuring a revised triangular logotype featuring the Pacific Electric Railway’s new ownership status.
A Mount Lowe Railway promotional brochure dated February 1, 1901. It touts the experience as the “Grandest Scenic Trip on Earth” and features the triangular logotype.
A Mount Lowe Railway brochure dated March 8, 1900, and featuring the pictorial representation of the line. This brochure features spot color (red) printing.
A Mount Lowe Railway promotional brochure dated July 1, 1900, and featuring a pictorial representation of the vertical climb a patron could expect from the experience.
A Mount Lowe Railway brochure dated December 1, 1900, and featuring the triangle logotype that included the three connecting lines: the Pacific Electric Railway, the Los Angeles and Pasadena Electric Railway, and of course, the Mount Lowe Railway.
[slidA T. S. C. Lowe-era promotional brochure touting the "pleasure, health, scenery" benefits of a trip on the Mount Lowe Railway. Note the Time Card recommends connections via the LA Terminal Railway.
A Mount Lowe Railway promotional brochure featuring a “graphic description of the scenic features of the Route” by Miss Susan E. Dickinson, in the Scranton, Pa., “Truth.”