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A screenshot of a Craigslist posting advertising the remains of a circa 1920s wood-framed diner for sale in Concord., N.H.

A screenshot of a Craigslist posting advertising the remains of a circa 1920s wood-framed diner for sale in Concord., N.H.

Here’s something you don’t see every day: A diner built in the 1920s in Concord currently is for sale for $33 on Craigslist. Only the diner’s shell remains, but it’s still a pretty cool piece of history, and could have a nice second life in the right hands.

The diner is described as an oak-framed building that measures 10 feet, 6 inches wide by about 39 feet long. It was built by the Jerry O’Mahony Dining Car Co., of Elizabeth, N.J. It retains main of its original features, including sliding windows and some subway-tile ceramic walls. According to the New Hampshire Preservation Society, the diner building also served as a tailoring shop for a time.

The building is being dismantled and needs to be moved immediately, according to the Craigslist post. If you’re interested, reach out here, and be sure to tell us what you plan to do with the diner!