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Prospect Diner
Columbia, PA
The Prospect Diner is a Kullman from 1955. The first photo above was taken in 2007 when the building was vacant. The sign was gone when the diner reopened in 2008. [map]

Fezz's Community Diner
Coudersport, PA
Fezz's Community Diner is a Silk City from 1954. The diner was originally in Bethlehem, PA. For more, see this website. [map]

Kay's Italian Restaurant
Daleville, PA
Kay's Italian Restaurant is an O'Mahony from around 1920. [map]

Eulla Mae's [gone]
Denver, PA
Eulla Mae's was tucked away in the Adams Antique Mall, just down the road from Zinn's Diner (now Park Place Diner). This 1939 Kullman was previously known as Eulla Mae's Diner and later as Cecil's Diner when it was located in FL. It was sold and restored and brought here in 1995. In 2005, it was sold and moved to Washington, DC. There were plans to open the diner as "Fat Dog's Hot Dog Bistro". However, I'm not sure if that ever happened before the diner was demolished in 2006.

Dickson City, PA:
Six East Restaurant [photo thanks Mark Comstock] [map]

Wolfe's Diner
Dillsburg, PA
Wolfe's Diner in an O'Mahony from around 1952. For more, see this website. [map]

Downington, PA:
Downingtown Diner

Sally's Diner
Erie, PA
Sally's Diner is a Mountain View (#522) from 1957. It was previously in Pittsburgh. This diner, as well as Sara's Restaurant, the adjacent building on the lot, features a 1950s theme. For more, see this website. [map]

Lawrence Park Dinor
Erie, PA
The Lawrence Park Dinor is a Silk City from 1948. This is its original location. This diner is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. [map]

Frazer Diner
Frazer, PA
The Frazer Diner is an intact O'Mahony from 1935. It was known as the Paoli Diner when it was located in Paoli, PA. It was moved here 1957. It was renamed the Frazer Diner in 1989 (other previous names were: Cavy’s Diner, Zit's Diner, Bob’s Truck Stop, and Ethel's Diner). In 2002, the Frazer was renovated and the awnings shown in the photo at the right were installed. [map]

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