More of an observation then anything. On our recent trip I found the posters missing at the end of the dining cars and SSL’s. The frames looked awful empty. Huge scratched metal surfaces reminded me of something you’d see on a subway car. This was on three trains the SWC, SSL and TE. I wish I would have took photos I can’t empathize enough how bad and barren it made the cars feel. There used to be Amtrak posters similar to what you can buy on the Amtrak store website in the poster slots. Interestingly enough the posters were still in the sleeping car poster frames. I do have one photo I cropped and edited that shows what I’m talking about on the TE diner. Apparently the crew knew it was such an eyesore and cut a paper table cloth and garland to fit it. Obviously there’s no cost in a poster that can last years. So is it a coincidence 3 trains didn’t have them? A deliberate attempt to make it less appealing or lack of attention to detail. Either way the little things count. Being such an eyesore I think it’s a bigger deal then the removal of the flowers at the tables.