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Above, some of the nameplates on Virgin trains.  Below a 'heritage' train and Pendolino in London's Euston station.


Above is the first-class lounge at Euston, below a Cross Country Voyager under the rebuilt Liverpool Lime Street train shed.


Next some Virgin interiors. The first two photos are of  first-class cars. The one on  the left shows one set up for food service, the one on the right is of  a Pendolino. Notice more airline style seating and rather distracting sight lines. The next two photos show club class and coach seating on a Voyager. Virgin still serves free food to first class and club class passengers (Voyagers do not have first class seating per se). On some intercity trains with first class accomodations full meals are provided. Voyager food is more simple -- sandwiches and snacks. I've noticed some deterioration in food service over the past few years, though Virgin, in my experience, is the only company to still provide free food. Other companies do offer restaurant services which have some very enticing and freshly cooked meals -- for a hearty price.


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