Bookstores of Conveyance
Shorn of its snobbery, the following passage might work well in describing the bookstores of a more modern form of conveyance.
from Talking About Detective Fiction
P. D. James
In 1851 The Times complained:
Every addition to the stock [of the bookstalls] was positively made on the assumption that persons of the better class who constitute the larger portion of railway readers lose their accustomed taste the moment they enter the station.