A train design for a conventional railway car body with portions broken away to reveal the cocktail dining room. Figure 2 shows the plan for the dining room, while figures 7 and 8 show a view of both ends. Designer Ralph Haman was also responsible for the Rock Island and Southern Pacific's Golden Rocket, which was immortalized in a song of the same name by Boxcar Willie. Invented by Ralph W. Haman and Clarence V. Norb, 1953.
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