Folks: From the Frisco Employee's Magazine, early 1925. Anyone have numbers or photos of these cars? THE NEW PARLOR CARS "That oft abused term, "travel de luxe," may be appropriately applied to the comforts and conveniences of the handsome new parlor cars now in use between St. Louis and Memphis - and return - on the daylight trains, Numbers 801 and 802. Built within the Frisco's own shops at Springfield, the new parlor cars, with Fred Harvey dining service, are the last word in this type of transportation equipment. Comfortable easy chairs offer the parlor car passengers all the delights of a club, while a feature is the serving of meals to one without the passenger being obliged to move from his seat. This is accomplished by means of removable individual tables. At one end of the car are two tables for the serving of chair car and day coach passengers, making it unnecessary for these patrons of the dining car service to pass through the parlor section of the car, avoiding all crowding and discomfort to passengers seated in the chairs. The initial trip of the new cars was made on January 8th , and they have found immediate favor with the traveling public. No route in the United States offers more in the way of attractive scenic beauty than that between St. Louis and Memphis, with the resultant view of the Father of the Waters for many miles of the trip."