Train passengers left without dining-car facilities due to strike – archive, 1959
26 October 1959 Rail staff are unhappy that the Pullman Car Company instead of the British Transport Commission will provide catering on some trains
An unofficial strike by 130 dining car attendants in Manchester, due to start at midnight last night, is likely to deprive travellers between Manchester and London of their dining-car facilities to-day. The Manchester strikers have asked more than four hundred of their colleagues at Euston and King’s Cross to support them.
Source: Guardian Transport