K-Line made this one in 2005
Here is a K-Line operating 20th Century Diner.
You are looking at an item that has been discontinued for a long time. This is the K-Line Operating Diner in the style of those old great vintage roadside diners made from old railroad passenger cars.
This one lights up and smokes, but the sound function is not working. The sound was always fragile on these, and the other one we have recently had played a little of the song "The Twist". I can live without that.
It does have
Detailed interior with figures
Lighted open and coffee signs
Fan driven smoke unit
Base footprint 16" x 5.25"
The origin of roadside diners can be traced along side the growth of railroad. Eating establishments sprang up at station stops, including some owned by the railroads themselves. As railroad travel declined in 1950s and car travel increased, old railroad cars were recycled into roadside diners. This extruded aluminum diners will look at home on any layout. So stop by weary traveler and enjoy a piece of pie and a cup of joe.
CONDITION: C-6. Looks nice. Has been used on a layout. Tested and lights work and smokes great. No sound. With a copy of instructions and the buttons you need. No parking lot if it had come with one. No box.