observation car


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observation car

n
(Railways) a railway carriage fitted with large expanses of glass to provide a good view of the scenery
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observation car

n (Rail) → carrozza f belvedere inv
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While the train flashed through never-ending miles of ripe wheat, by country towns and bright-flowered pastures and oak groves wilting in the sun, we sat in the observation car, where the woodwork was hot to the touch and red dust lay deep over everything.
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The trainas observation car gives passengers a rich visual experience of Southeast Asia.
As I begin to write this, I'm sitting in the observation car of the California Zephyr.
third floor, or by mail for a donation of adults: $48; seniors (62+): $43; children 3 to 12: $25; observation car seating tickets available for $53 (adult or child).
The Observation Car provides a wonderful vantage point from which to enjoy the spectacular Highlands scenery.
But to write this I've come to the observation car to watch the little towns whip past the window.
The Rocky Mountaineer, which has a glass-roofed observation car, travels through British Columbia before reaching Vancouver.
The historic train cars, including an observation car from the iconic 20th Century Limited - arguably the most famous train in the world - will come from across the country to Grand Central Terminal.
The beauty of the Scottish highlands could be enjoyed by passengers from the lounge of the train car and from the open veranda of the observation car.
The design of the train, with its art deco interior, was based on the successful streamlined train built in 1935 called The Silver Jubilee, but instead of being painted silver it was given a two-tone blue livery and used a beaver-tail observation car in the summer months.
The Royal Scotsman's observation car, which is decked out with comfortable sofas and armchairs, can seat all 36 guests in one go in Edwardian splendour.