Posted by Rich Brown on January 12, 2017 
NICE choice of colors, really like the frosted glass divider panels and the "sort of art deco" ceiling lights. Now, lets set those tables with white linen and REAL china & glass.
Posted by Steve Larson on January 12, 2017 
Way to think "outside of the box". This is exceptional, Matt.
Posted by Dana M. on January 12, 2017 
Matt - nicely done, good framing and lighting as well. Thank you for sharing this with all of us who can appreciate it. However - to respond to Mr. Rich Brown: Sir - I do like your request for linens and REAL China and glass (I am speculating that you mean Crystal Glass), however that would never work in today's world. As soon as Amtrak would put REAL China and Crystal Glasses on those tables, they'd be off the table and walking out in someone's computer bag, purse, backpack, etc. REAL China and Crystal wouldn't last a week on an Amtrak train in today's kleptomaniac tendency society and world. Theft would be rampant and they'd lose more money in theft of that type of dinner-ware that might equal the normal losses of every day that Amtrak faces now just from their operations standpoint. With as many folks that would steal it, REAL China and Crystal Glass should NOT be on a "modern" Amtrak Diner Car.
Posted by John Simpkins-Camp on January 13, 2017 
How exciting to see this interior! A very inviting environment; the highly reflective bulkheads give a sense of spaciousness.
Posted by Rich Brown on January 19, 2017 
As SAD as it is that I HAVE TO AGREE with Dana,however, a solution that works for many other food service providers is to simply use "unmarked " china and glassware that can be bought in bulk from ANY restaurant supply source and give no indication of their origin (beyond "Made in China"). I just really HATE the WASTE involved in using all disposable serving items. Trying to recycle plastic items that are mixed in with waste food is just not "do-able."
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