Cooking on a train
Posted 25 February 2012 - 04:11 PM
I recently saw an ad on the craigslist website that was posted by amtrack, seeking to find a cook or cooks to work aboard their train. I'm curious to know if anyone on here has ever done this before. What is was like, how you got used to the swaying back and forth motion, and how many hours does one work in a day or a week. Also just not amtrack, it could be any type of railroad company.
Posted 10 March 2012 - 07:06 PM
The kitchens are on the lower level of the dining car in LD cars, the food is transported to the passenger level by dumbwaiters. The kitchen seemed pretty cramped/likely to be hot to me and the sleeping car attendant who gave me the short "tour" indicated that was the case.