This is a rare classic railroad car diner with a narrow width that alone suggests the time of manufacture. It was saved from salvage by the owner/cook/dishwasher/enthusiast and a most pleasant fellow he is as well as being a good cook by standards of such places.
There is only room for two small booths in the front of the trailer with counter space and bar stools across from the cooking area taking up the remainer of the trailer except for some sorage area at the back.
Hours are 6 a.m. to 2 p.m during the week, 6 a.m. to 11:30 Saturday and closed on Sunday. Menu is simple, coffee good, atmosphere friendly, ambience - uhh - a treat for dining car enthusiasts but possibly not to the liking of tonier sorts. :-)
Why do classic diner buffs risk health. taste, ridicule by visiting such places?