110 15th St, Duncannon, PA
Angie’s is a true truck stop diner. Open 24 hours, with a diesel station, scales and a gift shop.
It’s almost impossible to tell what’s under all the remodeling when viewed from the outside. Stone, enormous multi-pitched mansard roof with a dormer.
Look at all those trucks. This is hanging over the cash register, from back in the days when it was the Trail Diner. For more pre-remodel photos, take a look at Diner Hotline.
Enormous Kullman with a dining room addition off to the left. Addition to the right? L-Shaped diner? double graft? Whatever it is, it’s a huge place.
The dining room is still almost entirely in-tact. It’s that nice transitional style between exaggerated modern and environmental. The Jetsons meet George Washington. Big picture windows, terrazzo, tile, exposed beams and flue light fixtures.
The original terrazzo floor, counter and backbar are still there, but all the walls of the diner are gone, leaving just the outline of the place in the floor of the larger structure.