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.
The train also boasts two dining cars and an observation car with large picture windows and a bar.
Watch the scenery pass by from the observation car, where you can linger over a drink as night falls.
We hopped off the train to stretch our legs for a few minutes, but then it was back onboard to enjoy perhaps the most spectacular day of the trip from the Zephyr's domed observation car.
We hopped off the train to stretch our legs for a few minutes but then it was back onboard to enjoy perhaps the most spectacular day of the trip from the Zephyr's domed observation car.
We hopped off the train to stretch our legs for a few minutes but then was back onboard to enjoy perhaps the most spectacular day of the trip from the Zephyr's domed observation car.
It had a comfortable reclining seat, loads of room, and access to the observation car, where I spent the first five hours watching the world go by.
Trevor at the Bridge, San After two days in DC, I was a coach passenger on the Capitol Limited train for the 780-mile, 18-hour overnight trip to Chicago, with a comfortable reclining seat, loads of room, and access to the observation car, where I spent the first five hours watching the world go by.
They should book well in advance to snaffle a seat in an observation car (selected trains only) with large windows for watching the scenery change from lush to dry, dotted with bright-striped Hindu temples."
We take a picturesque ride in the Pullman Observation Car, right behind the engine on the impeccably well-kept Swanage Railway steam train from Swanage to Corfe Castle.
We sat on the platform of the observation car where it was quite warm & comfortable for some time & then I adjourned to the drawing room to think of a speech I have to make to the Canadian Club tomorrow.