|Vermont Diners (page 2)|
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|Farmers Diner (now Quechee Diner)
|The Farmers Diner is a Worcester (#787) from 1946. It was originally known as the Ross Diner when it was located in Holyoke, MA. The Ross Diner closed in 1990 and moved to West Lebanon, NH in 1991. Plans to open there fell through and another buyer moved it here in 1992. In 1997, it was renamed the Yankee Diner and attached to the Farina Family Restaurant. The Yankee Diner closed in 2006 but reopened soon afterwards as the Farmers Diner. These photos are from 2007. In 2011, the diner closed again. It has since reopened as the Quechee Diner. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
South Burlington, VT
|The Parkway Diner is a Worcester (#839) from 1953. This diner was closed when I visited in 2007 but it has now reopened as the Arcadia Diner. In 2013, the name was changed back to Parkway Diner. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
|The Shanghai Garden converted this 1941 Worcester (#768) into a Chinese restaurant. It has been the Shanghai since at least the early 1980s. Before that, it was known as the Ten Eyck Diner. [map]|
|Springfield Royal Diner
|The Springfield Royal Diner is a Mahony from 1957. Of the four Mahony diners built, this is the only one left. This diner was previously known as the Royal Diner when it was located in Kingston, NY. It was moved here in 2002 when it was acquired by a Corvette museum which has since closed. The diner was closed in 2011 but has reopened as Vermont's Royal Diner. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
|The Windsor Diner is a Worcester (#835) from 1952. This diner was originally installed in Fitchburg, MA. [map]|
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