The cover of this menu shows a barely recognizable North Coast Limited somewhere in Montana, probably near Homestake or Bozeman Pass. A close-up view makes it apparent that an artist has slightly enhanced the domes to make them stand out in the photo. The NP used a lot of black-and-white photos by Ron Nixon, but I can’t find this photo in the Ron Nixon archive, so perhaps this one was taken by someone else.
The menu is heavily biased towards beef. The table d’hôte side offers fish or a choice of four different cuts of beef. The a la carte side has seven sandwiches, including a hamburger, roast beef, and a tenderloin steak on toast, plus six salads. There’s also a couple of plate dinners, both of which have beef entrées. Ham and chicken are available in sandwiches and chicken is also available in a salad, but hot pork, lamb, or poultry are completely absent. It makes you wonder if the NP owned its own cattle ranch.