A menu dated February 13, 1935, for the Mount Lowe (Alpine) Tavern atop the Mount Lowe Railway.
A menu dated Friday, January 24, 1896, for the Echo Mountain House, located at the summit of the Great Incline. As the back cover copy notes, the Incline “is without doubt the safest and most unique piece of railroading in the world.”
A menu for the Alpine Tavern at the summit of the Mount Lowe Railway from 1913, with a folding/self-mailer format for tourists to send home to their friends as a souvenir.
The menu for the Fourth of July, 1914, at the Alpine Tavern. The fare included Sea Bass au Court Bouillon, Prime Ribs of Beef au jus, or Roast Stuffed Spring Chicken Demi Glase.
A complete look at the 1896 Echo Mountain House menu, detailing the fine cuisine served at the Mount Lowe dining establishment. The menu features a date of Friday, January 24, 1896.