The first dome car in the Canadian had a small kitchen beneath the dome and a coffee shop/lounge behind the dome. While each of the dome-observation cars were named after individual national parks and had interior decorations specific to those parks, the first domes were all called “Skyline” and were identically decorated.
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Here is a 1964 menu for the Skyline car. It includes a table d’hôte dinner featuring “poached fresh fish,” “sugar-cured ham,” or “cold plate, garnished,” with soup, vegetables, roll, dessert, and beverage for $2.25 (about $15 today). The a la carte side includes “minced sirloin of beef” or “chef’s selection” for $1.60 (about $11 today); cold salmon or fruit salad with ice cream for $1.20 ($8); or a variety of sandwiches from $0.45 to $0.85 ($3 to $6).