New York Diners (page 3)

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Ocean House Oyster Bar & Grill
Croton-on-Hudson, NY
The Ocean House Oyster Bar & Grill occupies a 1930s Bixler. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Cutchogue Diner
Cutchogue, NY
Gibby's Diner
Delanson, NY
The Cutchogue Diner was built in 1940 by Kullman. [map]

Gibby's Diner is a Mountain View (#307) from 1953. It has always been at this location. [map]

50's Diner
Depew, NY
The 50's Diner is 1954 Silk City. By 2017, the diner was housing the Smokin' Little Diner. [map]

New York Central Diner [gone]
Duanesburg, NY
Redwood Diner
East Syracuse, NY
The New York Central Diner is a 1940 Silk City. It was previously located in Schodack, NY where it was known as the Countryside Diner and the 9&20 Diner. When this photo was taken in 2010, it was being placed on a foundation where it was to be restored. There were plans to display it at the Canal Street Station Village Museum. However, in 2019, the diner was still up on blocks. By 2021, it was gone. I'm told that the diner was sold and moved to Kingston, NY. For more, see this website.

The Redwood Diner is a Ward & Dickinson from around 1930. [map]

Elizaville Diner
Elizaville, NY
The Elizaville Diner is a Kullman from 1956. It was originally known as the Eat Well Diner when it was located in Lebanon, PA. It was restored and installed here in 2006. [map]

Rhinebeck Diner
Fishkill, NY
The Rhinebeck Diner opened in 1938 in Rhinebeck, NY. The green paint on the postcard shown on the upper left was an artist's creative license. I have seen the same card printed with blue paint. I'm not sure when the diner closed and have heard that it was moved to Kingston, NY at one point. It was sitting in Fishkill for many years when these photos were taken. There were two other neglected diners beside it shown in the bottom row above. They were attached to the Rhinebeck Diner and used for additional seating. I don't know if any of these diners are still there now. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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