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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Tennessean Restaurant Review: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED This restaurant makes its home in lovingly restored railcars at the edge of Collierville's picturesque town square. It's named for the passenger train that once ran from Memphis to Washington, D.C. Chef David Grog's fine-dining menu includes a filet with au gratin potatoes, oysters fried light and crispy, and she-crab soup. The atmosphere is quietly authentic, recalling the golden era of train travel, and great fun for anyone who loves the mystique of passenger trains. There's a lounge car, in addition to the two dining cars. The short wine list steers a safe and thus boring course through a field of well-known albeit at times very well priced selections (e.g., Penfolds Grange for about what you would pay retail).