COLA Mt. Hood Dinner Menu

Although this March, 1971 menu has the same cover photo as the 1970 lunch menu, the text accompanying it is slightly different (and is in a different font). The earlier one mentions the “Domeliner City of Portland and Streamliner Portland Rose” following the Columbia River north of Mt. Hood, while the later menu just says “Union Pacific passenger trains.” This is curious as both trains continued up to Amtrak in May, 1971.

Click image to download a 2.3-MB PDF of this menu.

The menu is similar to yesterday’s City of Portland menu except that the table d’hôte entrées are grilled trout (instead of salmon), fried chicken (instead of roast turkey), and roast beef (instead of grilled ham).

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