Dated 1960, half of this menu offers a variety of alcoholic beverages and the other half has a much shorter selection of dinners. The menu doesn’t say so, but it obviously was used in the train’s cafe car rather than the full diner.
For a $1.25 (a little over $10 in today’s money), passengers could have their choice of broiled fish, chopped round steak, or a combination salad bowl, all of which came with soup, bread, and a beverage. The fish and beef also came with potatoes and vegetables. Dessert was an extra 25 cents. These prices seem quite reasonable, especially considering many of the alcoholic drinks were $1.