Riding in style: In the golden era of passenger rail travel, one of the primary attractions was dining service that, in terms of pure elegance, compared favorably with the nation’s finest restaurants and hotels. The Galveston Railroad Museum, 2602 Santa Fe Place, winds back the calendar several generations with Dining In Style, a new exhibit highlighting the museum’s extensive collection of railroad china and silver, one of the nation’s largest. Now open, the exhibit is in the newly restored exhibit hall adjacent to the Train Depot; visit galvestonrrmuseum.com for details.

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