dining car


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dining car

a railway coach in which meals are served at tables
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A Polish restaurant car serves pierogi dumplings through to Warsaw, with a Russian dining car on the last part.
Dining car menus offer another look into how the Canadian West was written through menus.
FIRST CLASS Dining car unveiled in Belfast yesterday
Even in the glory days of rail travel, dining cars lost money.
The stationary dining car was the outgrowth of the mobile one: A horse-drawn car with a window open on the side, through which the owner sold food to factory workers.
As in a five-day week, this is 200 miles per day, maybe he is really a ship's steward or rail dining car steward.
It was also the first to have a Ladies Only car, and among the first to feature a dining car.
Much of the loss comes from the operation of long distance dining car service.
JR West is planning luxury interior designs, observation decks on the front and last cars and a dining car with seafood and vegetables from local producers.
A large, partially covered plaza that houses the ranger station, the Railroad Park office, rest-rooms and the Railroad Park Dining Car
In the words of one of his friends, 100-year-old Charles Johnson, the first African-American man to work as a dining car steward for the old Southern Pacific Railroad, is the "Jackie Robinson of the dining cars.
ordering round after round of lager in the nearly vacant dining car.