This traditional 1940s diner serviced the community and the nearby train station. Its history dates to the 1930s as a one-room hot dog stand. By the time World War II started, the current building was in place and the locals would congregate here before and after shifts at nearby factories, while travelers form the passenger depot would take the two-minute walk to grab a bite between trains. The Bedford Boys would have certainly known this familiar haunt and carried fond memories of it into the war.
National D-Day Memorial Foundation, "Bedford Boys Homefront Tour"