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Rebuilt Alltown truck stop revved up with amenities LEOMINSTER Andy Bernard stopped for gas at the newly rebuilt Alltown on New Lancaster Road, across from Walmart, Thursday afternoon shortly after the official ribbon cutting. The place sure has changed since it closed since the former Mr. Mike's closed for the remodeling. The nearly 4 acre site returns with the truck stop as well as a Subway and Dunkin' Donuts inside the convenience store. A new McDonald's recently opened on the site as well. The area is growing with Walmart, Aldi's, Lowe's and restaurants farther down the road, Bernard said. "I always come this way to shop," he said. Alltown is owned by Waltham based Alliance Energy, a division of Global Partners. Everything in the new 5,000 square foot store is bigger and better, said Vice President of Operations Pat Dillon. There are 16 filling stations for motorists as well as filling stations for tractor trailers in the rear of the site. There are about 25 parking spaces for trucks, showers, and larger restrooms. The fuel dispensing stations for trucks include nozzles for diesel exhaust fluid so drivers can dispense it more easily than using jugs, said spokeswoman Jan Cochran. Alliance bought the site from Tim Petersen, of Peterboro Oil, in June 2008 and continued to operate it as Mr. Mike's until closing last spring to completely rebuild the facility.