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 entrées (five instead of six). It also doesn’t offer the sirloin steak available on Dominion dinner menus.
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.