Atlantic (disambiguation)

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions.

Atlantic may also refer to:

In geography:
* Atlantic Northeast region of North America
* Atlantic Canada, consisting of the four Canadian provinces on the Atlantic Ocean
* Atlantic, Iowa, Iowa
* Atlantic, North Carolina
* Atlantic, Pennsylvania
* Atlantic, Virginia
* Atlantic County, New Jersey

In transportation:
* Atlantic (1921 automobile), an obsolete automobile company
* "Atlantic" (passenger train), a named passenger train operated by Canadian Pacific Railway and later VIA Rail
* "Atlantic" (locomotive), an early steam-powered locomotive of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with a 0-4-0 wheel arrangement
* Steamship Atlantic, which sank in Lake Erie in 1852
* RMS "Atlantic", a steamship that sank off Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1873
* A steam locomotive with a 4-4-2 (locomotive) wheel arrangement
* Atlantic Airways, a Faroese airline company.
* Virgin Atlantic, an American airline company.

In media:
* "Atlantic" (song), a song by the British rock band Keane
* Atlantic (1929 film), a black and white British film
* Atlantic Records, a record company
* Atlantic FM, a radio station serving Cornwall, United Kingdom
*"The Atlantic Monthly", a monthly magazine published in the United States
* "Atlantic", a song by the American rock band Thrice on the album "Vheissu"

Other:
* Atlantic (period) of palaeoclimatology
* "Atlantic" (supermarkets), a supermarket chain in Greece
* Atlantic languages (formerly West Atlantic), a language family in West Africa
* Atlantic Championship Developmental open-wheel racing series in North America


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