bar car

bar′ car`


n.
[1940–45]
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Her performances capture audiences with grace and intimacy, whether the setting is a living room, a festival stage, or the bar car of a passenger train.
VIA Rail's The Ocean train route between Montreal and Halifax includes modern sleeping compartments, a dining car, observation car and, of course, a bar car. For many of the younger Commando players--some who had never before been on a train--this journey was truly a trip of a lifetime.
Bar Car, the Bay Area's first mobile bar, inverts the typical party setup by bringing the party to the people.
It all started on the bar car, really,'' said Nan Buziak Lexow.
The outdoor observation deck and its adjoining bar car are perfect venues for enjoying the scenery.
That competitive force made emphasizing the spaciousness and glamour of the bar car even more important since the train could never compete on speed.
It was late at night on the two-day journey--well past midnight--and I was in the bar car, talking with the conductor, when the train groaned to a halt.
The government is likely to devise a mechanism in the budget for the year starting 1 April that will bar car buyers from taking advantage of the subsidies given on diesel, according to media reports.
So I retreat to the bar car and grab a bag of pretzels and a couple of beers.
In the evening, we met our fellow passengers in the bar car, which acts as the social hub of the train.
"People tend to wander back to the bar car for a spell and then enjoy some time at their seats taking in the breathtaking scenery along this route," she said.
Fast-forward just nine months and Button, pictured, finds himself in a competitive BAR car but heading for an under-performing Williams team who gave him his break in the sport five years ago.