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The Coffee Pot, Bedford
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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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  • I have been collecting Lefton model diners and attraction models for a while so after discovering that one of them still exists in Pennsylvania we had to do a detour to visit while on our US trip from...  more »
  • We found some really neat little places along Route 30 on a recent trip to Bedford, including The Coffee Pot. I enjoyed reading a brief history of the building but wished I was able to go inside. It i...  more »
  • This cute little building was built over 50 years ago, and has been a roadstop attraction ever since. The stop itself doesn't take more than 4 minutes. If you're with family, this makes for a cute pho...  more »