General Information

(See State map, showing highways, and maps
giving railroad, air, bus, and water transpor-
tation routes.)

Railroads: Great Northern Ry. (GN), Northern Pacific Ry. (NP),
Southern Pacific Lines (SP), Union Pacific R. R. (UP), Spokane,
Portland & Seattle Ry. (SP&S), Oregon Electric Ry. (OE) (see
TRANSPORTATION MAP.)

Bus Lines: Pacific Greyhound Lines, Union Pacific Stages, North Coast
Transportation Co., Spokane, Portland & Seattle Transportation Co.,
Oregon Motor Stages, Mount Hood Stages, North Bank Highwav
Stages, Boyd's Dollar Lines, Independent Stages, and Benjamin Frank-
lin Line serve all but most remote sections. Pacific Greyhound and
North Coast are principal carriers N. and S., operating over US 99
the former S. of Portland into California, the latter to Seattle and
points N. Union Pacific Stages and Spokane, Portland & Seattle line
(US 30), are chief lines E. and W., the former operating E. and the
latter W. from Portland: all lines listed above enter Portland; average
fare, 2c per mi. (see TRANSPORTATION MAP).

Air Lines'. United Airlines (Vancouver, B. C, to San Diego) stops
at Portland and Medford; United Airlines (Portland, Pendleton, Salt
Lake City, Omaha, Chicago, New York) connection at Pendleton fo>
Spokane (see TRANSPORTATION MAP).

Waterways'. Principal waterways are Columbia and Willamette Rivers.
Portland, on the Willamette, is a regular port of call for coastwise
vessels between Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle and for com-
bination freight and passenger vessels to the Orient, and to South
American, Atlantic Coast and European ports. Freight and passenger
river boats operate between Portland and Astoria, and Portland and
The Dalles.