Une voiture-salon est une voiture de chemin de fer pour train de prestige, version diurne de la voiture-lits, offrant une prestation de confort soignée, avec restauration à la place.

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  • Une voiture-salon est une voiture de chemin de fer pour train de prestige, version diurne de la voiture-lits, offrant une prestation de confort soignée, avec restauration à la place.
  • ロビーカーとは、主に日本国有鉄道およびJR各社が所有する夜行列車・寝台列車やジョイフルトレインなどに主に乗客に供される目的で連結し、「定員0名」として乗車定員が規定されていない車両のこと。なお、列車・車両によっては、ラウンジカーなどとも称される。なお、用途形式記号は特に規定されておらず、全室この用途に供する場合には普通車扱いとして「ハ」が用いられることが多い。ただし、ジョイフルトレインでグリーン車を中心とした編成に設置されている場合は「ロ」が用いられる。
  • A lounge car (sometimes referred to as a buffet lounge, buffet car or club car) is a type of passenger car on a train, where riders can purchase food and drinks. The car may feature large windows and comfortable seating to create a relaxing diversion from standard coach or dining options. In earlier times (and especially on the "name" trains), a lounge car was more likely to have a small kitchen, or grill and a limited menu. Food was prepared to order and often cooked, though items such as club sandwiches would have usually been part of the offerings. The cars were often operated by the Pullman Company, and in other cases by the railroad directly as part of the dining car department (on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway the Fred Harvey Company manned the food concession).Lounge cars operated by Pullman were exclusively for the use of sleeping car passengers, while those operated by the railroad were available to coach as well as first-class travelers. Buffet lounge cars were often found in trains which did not offer full dining car service. On other trains they supplemented the diner and offered sandwiches, burgers and short orders at times when the diner was not serving; e.g. mid-afternoon and late night. To qualify as a buffet lounge the car had to offer both food and drink service. Buffet lounges should not be confused with snack or grill cars which did not offer a full range of libations.[1]In Britain, luxury lounge cars are known as "Pullman" cars, after the American Pullman Company.
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  • Une voiture-salon est une voiture de chemin de fer pour train de prestige, version diurne de la voiture-lits, offrant une prestation de confort soignée, avec restauration à la place.
  • ロビーカーとは、主に日本国有鉄道およびJR各社が所有する夜行列車・寝台列車やジョイフルトレインなどに主に乗客に供される目的で連結し、「定員0名」として乗車定員が規定されていない車両のこと。なお、列車・車両によっては、ラウンジカーなどとも称される。なお、用途形式記号は特に規定されておらず、全室この用途に供する場合には普通車扱いとして「ハ」が用いられることが多い。ただし、ジョイフルトレインでグリーン車を中心とした編成に設置されている場合は「ロ」が用いられる。
  • A lounge car (sometimes referred to as a buffet lounge, buffet car or club car) is a type of passenger car on a train, where riders can purchase food and drinks. The car may feature large windows and comfortable seating to create a relaxing diversion from standard coach or dining options. In earlier times (and especially on the "name" trains), a lounge car was more likely to have a small kitchen, or grill and a limited menu.
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  • Lounge car
  • ロビーカー
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