Walking a few more steps and looking back here is the complete Dutch door to the kitchen.
Turning to look back to the #1 end of the car this is the corridor. Note the lack of a safety bar along the interior of the windows on your left side. Most railway passenger cars with a corridor along one side of the car usually have a safety bar going along the interior of the windows. Photos of the 415 as originally built show the safety bar. Also note the lighting in the corridor.
Finally here's the tavern-lounge section of the car. We can see the walls with decorations plus the chairs, tables, and the J shape couch. The door to the vestibule on the #2 end can be seen in its new position along the west wall of the car.
This concludes what a passenger would see in the interior of 415. The interior of the lavatory has been skipped.
The next post will include my drawing of the walls separating the lavatory and kitchen from the balance of the interior and points of interest ragarding the exterior.