The Weirs Cafe was built in 1885, when it was attached to the second, 1880-1892 train station. In 1893, the train station was replaced by extending the Weirs Cafe to the boardwalk, where it met the 300′ canopy over the boardwalk at a right angle.
Below, the Weirs Cafe, circa 1897. On the roof of the train canopy is lettered the words “Concord Montreal Railroad”.
Below, an 1889 engraving showing the Weirs Cafe attached to the earlier, 1880-1892 railroad station. Also seen is a naked, exposed Endicott Rock, before it was enclosed in a protective granite memorial in 1892; and a floating house!