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Orient Express Restaurant in Seattle, Washington

Today, Seattle's Orient Express is a spot where you can both grab food and croon your favorite tunes at a karaoke bar. But its current life as a dining place for the musically inclined is only a small slice of the train's history. One of the restaurant's seven cars even touts its own presidential past: it once served as President Franklin D. Roosevelt's personal transport.
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