Amtrak's websites

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Amtrak's websites
Posted by Deggesty on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 3:27 PM

In the last two or three days, Amtrak has changed its website(s).

I found it somewhat harder to work with--and I could not find a description of the menus in diners (No surprise here, when you consder the horrendous change that is coming soon).

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Posted by Electroliner 1935 on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 4:22 PM

Why get peoples hopes up when you don't want to feed them? 

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Posted by PJS1 on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 6:34 PM

The menus are still on-line.  Go to Amtrak.com; click on Experience, click on On Board, click on Meals and Dining - it is in the left hand column - and then click on the train, ie Texas Eagle, Sunset Limited, etc. to get the menu.  

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Posted by Deggesty on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 7:50 PM

PJS1

The menus are still on-line.  Go to Amtrak.com; click on Experience, click on On Board, click on Meals and Dining - it is in the left hand column - and then click on the train, ie Texas Eagle, Sunset Limited, etc. to get the menu.  

 

Thanks. I had found the menus in the previous version--and forgot where to look.

To me, the previous previous version was much easier to navigate than the immediately previous version.

Johnny

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