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The Coffee Pot, Bedford

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
The Coffee Pot in Bedford, Pennsylvania is an example of novelty architecture. The lunch stand was built in the shape of a coffee pot by David Koontz in 1927. It was threatened with demolition in the 1990s, but in 2004 was moved across the street and restored.
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  • Stopped by just to take a couple photos. A nice gentleman gave us some history of the coffee pot and explained that it had moved across the road when it was purchased for $1. 5 minute stop but worth i...  read more »
  • Found this while driving the Linclon Highway from Greensburg to Gettysburh PA.The coffee pot is huge and is right along side of rt 30 kinds hard to miss it,There is also a giant tea pot in Chester WV ...  read more »
  • Told my husband we had to see this and glad we did - just a fun stop. Nothing like it around. Just a quick stop for a photo! 
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