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The Coffee Pot - Bedford, PA

Updated: Sep 7, 2022

In 1927 Bert Koontz erected an 18-foot-tall coffee pot-shaped café on the west end of Bedford, PA to attract motorists to visit his adjacent gas station. The café served hamburgers, ice cream and Coca-Cola. It then became a bar and a Greyhound bus stop. By 2000 it was closed and collapsing. The owners donated it to the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor which moved it across the street, restored it and dedicated it in 2004. You can still visit the coffee pot at the county fairgrounds.


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