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dining car

a railway coach in which meals are served at tables
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The Iron Spike Model Train Museum, Washington, is looking to have a new attraction a functional dining car - later in the summer of 2016.
In July 1914 the issue features photographs of hot houses, vegetable gardens, and tomatoes, cucumbers, and strawberries "Grown On Our Farms," with the explanation that the images "give an idea of the facilities provided at the Company's Supply Farms for producing fruits and vegetables for our dining cars and the quality of the supplies thus produced.
As Jim Loomison wrote in a Consumer Traveler story last year: "Here's the unvarnished truth, put in the simplest possible terms by a respected authority on passenger rail: 'If the dining cars go, the sleepers go.
Though details about this particular diner are scarce, it might have been made by one of the pioneers of this American classic in a city nearby: Worcester, which was home to one of the earliest dining car manufacturing companies in 1887.
Johnson obtained the steward's job with the help of his union, the Brotherhood of Dining Car Cooks and Waiters, an organization of black men employed by the Southern Pacific that was recognized by the American Federation of Labor.
The train has Gold and Silver Class accommodations, as well as two dining cars and a lounge car.
Transport Salaried Staffs' Association leader Gerry Doherty said: "By axing jobs, closing dining cars, cutting ticket offices and rationing first class passengers biscuits and water, they will drive passengers away.
up and down the coast from Los Angeles to San Francisco every day serving 144 people at a drop - 72 on each side - in three dining cars with 18 waiters and two bus boys.
com It's not just a website: The store has some 10,000 rare and out-of-print editions, such as cookbooks with recipes from old railroad dining cars.
Vending machines, no-seats cafes, dining cars, sandwiches from a trolley: they may take their pick, it seems.
It added GNER's 250 catering staff fear redundancies because the company's dining cars make losses of about pounds 10m.