Le Train Bleu Is Departing Bloomingdale’s. A Rail Buff Sees It Off.

New York Times
December 18, 2016
The train expert from the New-York Historical Society took a seat in a restaurant that looks like a dining car on a train. It only looks like a dining car. There is no engine at one end and no caboose with an observation platform at the other, but like so many trains — the Twentieth Century Limited, the Rip Van Winkle, the Phoebe Snow or the Southerner, to name only four — this one is approaching the end of the line. “Trains are like dinosaurs,” said Mike Thornton, the historical society’s assistant curator for material culture. Read more…
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