The Indian Railways has decided not to discontinue the 89-year-old Deccan Queen dining car, the Hindustan Times reports. “We had decided to discontinue the dining car of the Deccan Queen. However, we have revoked our decision, and the dining car will continue to serve the passengers,” stated the senior public relations officer AK Jain.
Jain also added that It is an old legacy of the Indian railways and will continue to function. Railway authorities had decided to discontinue the dining car due to too much passenger traffic.
Pune divisional manager (DRM), Milind Deouskar, had said in an interview that, “Currently, we have to dedicate an entire coach for the dining facility.Read More
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