This video has been all over the interwebs today, so it should be here too. Two characters from the Mad Men series discuss the idea of advertising high speed trains (in 1965).
“I think you can relax on this whole thing. I read a piece that said that in 40 years gas is going to be almost a dollar a gallon,” says Harry. “Look cities are getting bigger. Trains are the most efficient, economical, best investment. It’s obvious. We do not need to sell trains.” “I suppose you’re right again,” says Pete. “I know I’m right,” says Harry, “Now are you going to fix me a drink? I’ve got a long drive home.”