Buffet car

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Swedish X2000 train buffet cars are mostly self-service. Customers pick their food from a shelf, pay for it, and heat it themselves in a microwave oven
An Indian railways buffet car

A buffet car is a passenger car of a train, where snacks and beverages can be bought at a counter and consumed.[1] Typically, passengers are not allowed to consume brought-along food and drinks in the car, and are therefore only able to eat in this area by buying their food in the car.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The American Railroad Passenger Car - John H. White, Jr.. p. 333.

Further reading[edit]

  • Banger, Chris (March-July 2004). "On-train Catering in New South Wales - 1921-2001." Australian Railway History, pp102–118;123-141;188-198;222-237;264-279