My husband and I had table #2 in the parlor car circa 1929, if my memory holds. We could not have asked for a better spot unless it was table #1 on the other side of the train. Unsure how the tables were assigned, but possibly by date of when tickets are purchased. On the ride to the falls there were complementary drinks (wine just ok, but my husband liked it.) and a buffet lunch of sandwiches, salads, chips and such. Nothing special, but it was fine and we had no complaints. At one point, the engine was moved to the end of the train, and we were pushed the rest of the way to the falls. The falls were lovely and I took some wonderful pictures. On the way down the mountain we had unobstructed perfect views of the mountain stream, tunnel we road through, and the fall colors. Dessert was served. Since we did not enter the other cars, I cannot give any details about them. We felt the 4 hour trip was just right. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express and walked a block to the train depot.
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