BELLOWS FALLS — An 80-year-old Vermont diner that’s on the National Register of Historic Places is reopening soon.
The Miss Bellows Falls Diner closed in June.
The Eagle-Times reports (http://bit.ly/TEzHKd) the restaurant was bought by Brian and Alisha McAllister in August. The McAllisters, who also operate Father’s Restaurant in Westminster, have done some renovations and hope to have the diner open by mid-December.
The 30-foot diner still has its barrel roof and porcelain sheathing, resembling an old railroad car. It was added to the national list in 1983.
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