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Massachusetts Diners (page 5)

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former Worcester diner
Oxford, MA
This former Worcester diner was built in the 1920s. In recent years, it housed a barber shop. It appears to be used as a residence now. [map]

Day and Night Diner
Palmer, MA
The Day and Night Diner is a Worcester (#781) from 1944. The name came from the fact that it was originally open 24 hours. For more, see this website. [map]

Little Depot Diner
Peabody, MA
The Little Depot Diner is a Worcester (#650) from 1929. It was originally located in Lynn, MA and then briefly in Danvers, MA. It has been here since 1950. Previous names include Kurley's Diner, Railroad Diner and Whistlestop Diner. The original furnishings have been stripped. The diner closed in 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

Bel Aire Diner [gone]
Peabody, MA
The Bel Aire Diner was a Mountain View from 1953. It had been closed since 2006. The first photo is from 2009. In 2010, it was announced that a truck stop called "Red's Kitchen & Tavern" would be built on the site. The diner was moved to the front of the lot and put up for sale. It was then moved to the back of the lot (second photo from 2011). In 2012, after failing to find a buyer or anyone to even take it for free, the diner was demolished. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

former Patriot Diner
Pocasett, MA
The Patriot Diner is a 1950s Mountain View (#428). It was originally installed in Berlin, NJ and later moved to East Hampton, CT. The Patriot Diner opened here in 2010. As of 2012, the diner was vacant. In 2014 and 2015, it was operating as Hoagie's Diner. In 2017, the diner was reopening as the Talk of the Town. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Revere, MA:
Frank's Suffolk Diner

Agawam Diner
Rowley, MA
The Agawam Diner is a Fodero from 1957. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see this website. [map]

Pilgrim Diner (now Deb's Diner)
Salem, MA
The Pilgrim Diner is a Worcester (#725) from 1936. It is now known as Deb's Diner but the exterior panels remain untouched. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Salem Diner
Salem, MA
The Salem Diner is a Sterling (#4106) from 1941. It was built by the J.B. Judkins Company. It is a "single-end" (one flat end and one rounded end). By 2007, this diner had a new paint job (bottom row of photos). It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2013, the diner was sold to Salem State University which will continue to operate it at this location. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Fish Tale Diner [gone]
Salisbury, MA
Fish Tale Diner is a Worcester (#762) from 1940. It was originally located in Ipswich, MA where it was known as the Agawam Diner from 1940-1947. It was then returned to the Worcester Lunch Car Company for remodeling. It operated as the Agawam Diner in Rowley, MA from 1949-1970. It was moved here in 1970 and named the Fish Tale Diner. These photos are from 2009. In 2012, the diner closed. In 2013, the interior was gutted and the diner reopened as The Deck. In 2015, the diner was significantly damaged by fire and was destroyed. For more, see this website.

Pat's Diner
Salisbury, MA
Pat's Diner is a custom-built Worcester (#824) from 1950. It is slightly larger than most Worcesters from this time. It was previously known as Ann's Diner. When it became Pat's Diner in 1999, the original porcelain panels were replaced with wood siding. This diner is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Chubby's Diner
Salisbury, MA
Chubby's Diner was built in 1941. It was originally located in Armonk, NY where it was known as the Village Diner. It was renovated by Ralph Musi in 1996 and brought here. It has been closed since 2005. [map]

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