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Eagles dining on the Texas and Pacific was fun and enjoyable. Eagles dining The Texas and Pacific Railroad operated two "name trains." The Texas Eagle operated from St. Louis, MO, to El Paso Texas. The Louisiana Eagle traveled from New Orleans to Forth Worth. The Missouri Pacific operated the "Colorado Eagle," and equipment moved around between the three routes. The Eagle trains consisted of streamliner equipment from the Budd Company. So, the T&P offered dining service on the Eagles in Budd-manufactured dining cars. The Menu This menu is undated, but likely from the late 1950s-early 1960s. The three Eagles operated...
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