The diner was operated by a crew of four—two chefs and two waitresses, who, fortunately for the passengers who had paid thousands of dollars for the privilege of riding, worked their tails off to feed everyone. (That is not an exaggeration—the last bedrooms sold for the astonishing price of $1,478 on top of the rail fare, and roomettes were offered at an equally astonishing $661.) And still #4 was full—literally every coach seat occupied for substantial parts of the trip, and the sleepers almost completely occupied.
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