By-Pass Diner 20th and Herr Streets Harrisburg Pennsylvania Matchbook Sticker (MB401)
David Cronin and HP Collins wanted a building for their diner so they bought a trolley car – a Hershey Transit No. 8 trolley car. This diner opened in 1938 in that wee trolley car and sported a massive Dr. Pepper ad in its signage. I would have LOVED to have walked in there – here’s a structure that used to take people to and fro, and then suddenly it gets an awesome second life where people don’t just stop in momentarily, but snuggle in an eat yummy food. It’s such a perfect use of a sturdy, brave old trolley car.
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SIZE: This sticker is exactly 1.420 x 1.806 inches OR 3.607 x 4.587 cm.
It ships in a photo-type mailer to prevent bending.
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