|Title||Menu: Erie Lackawanna Railway Co., Dinner Menu. Issued Hoboken, Nov.15, 1968.|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Menu: Erie Lackawanna Railway Company, Dining Service, Dinner Menu. Issued Hoboken, November 15, 1968.
Printed cardstock, single folio, 6" x 10" high.
Inprinted at the bottom of inside, pages [2-3]: Arthur L. Elwyn, Supt. of Dining Cars, Passenger Terminal, Hoboken, N.J.
Date at lower left of page : 11-15-68.
The dining car service was for long distance trains along the route to Chicago and other points (note the "Snooze Special" regarding a pillow for a fifty cent service charge which "P.S. - You may take the pillow with you as a memento of your trip.").
As the Erie Lackawanna Railway (it was renamed Railway from Railroad in 1968) this company existed from April 1968 to April 1976, but it only operated long distance passenger service until the first week of January, 1970.
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|Year Range from||1968.0|
|Year Range to||1968.0|
Erie Lackawanna Railway
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