Mountaineer Dinner Menu

The Mountaineer was, in some senses, a secondary train to the Dominion, so it is not surprising that this 1951 dinner menu is a slight cut below yesterday’s lunch menu for the latter train. For one thing, it has fewer entrĂ©es (five instead of six). It also doesn’t offer the sirloin steak available on Dominion dinner menus.

Click image to download a 1.5-MB PDF of this menu.

This menu did come with a paper-clipped insert offering a “Pacific sea food dinner” including clam chowder, a choice of three kinds of ocean fish, and the usual trimmings for C$2.15 (about US$15.60 today). I’ve incorporated it into the PDF of the main menu.

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