Builder's photo showing the interior of the club car Eagle Bay, used on the Orange Blossom Special passenger train. Leather arm chairs line both sides of the club/smoking section. (Baggage storage comprised one end of the car.) Club cars were common on many passenger trains of the 1920s that catered to upper-class travelers. Primarily the domain of men, club cars served as a place for smoking, drinking, reading newspapers, and socializing. Club cars offered a variety of services; those on the Eagle Bay, in 1925 prices, included 30-cent shaves, 50-cent baths, and suit pressing for $1.50. The Orange Blossom Special ran between New York and Miami every winter from 1925 to 1953 on the Seaboard Air Line, primarily serving East Coast residents vacationing in Florida.