85' Budd Diner

Meal stops were a must for long-distance train travel in the early days. But ever-faster schedules required fewer delays en route, and the first dining cars were introduced. Models of efficiency with a full-service kitchen and a formal dining room, they became a fixture of luxury trains catering to the well to do, where the food, service - and prices - rivaled those of the finest hotels. In the streamline era many roads ordered new diners designed especially to provide lower-priced meals in a less formal atmosphere. Some some trains however carried two diners: one offering family-friendly fare, and the other traditional luxury services. The perfect addition to your road’s streamliner service, these models come fully assembled, and are available while supplies last!
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