Pennsylvania Diners (page 4)

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Highspire Diner
Highspire, PA
The Highspire Diner is a 1952 Silk City (#5213). For more, see this website. [map]

Main Street Cafe [gone]
Norristown, PA
The Main Street Cafe was a Silk City from around 1964. It was previously known as Ray's Dining Car and later Patti Jean's Diner. The diner was closed in 2011. It was still vacant in 2017 and there was a "for sale" sign in front. It was gone in 2019. I don't know if it was moved or demolished.

Kennett Diner (now Creek Side Diner)
Kennett Square, PA
The Kennett Diner is an O'Mahony from the 1920s. The exterior has been covered with aluminum siding. However, the interior features the original pink marble counter and wooden cabinets. In 2005, the diner suffered serious flood damage from heavy rain but it was repaired and reopened. It is now known as the Creek Side Diner. [map]

Neptune Diner
Lancaster, PA
The Neptune Diner is a Mountain View (#296) from 1950. [map]

Lark Diner
Larksville, PA
The Lark Diner is a 1950 Mountain View. [map]

Latrobe, PA
Serro's Diner [map]

former Pushnik's Diner
Lebanon, PA
Pushnik's Diner was the original occupant of this 1960 Fodero. It later became "D'Alexander's" and featured rock bands on weekends. By 2003 (top photo), it was closed and for sale. In 2007, it reopened as the "American Classic Restaurant" (bottom row of photos). However, that venture only lasted a few months. In 2010, the diner reopened as Marabelle's Restaurant. The sputnik sign that was on top of the plastic box sign is now missing. Marabelle's closed in 2013. The diner was still vacant in 2022. For more, see this website. [map]

Mel's Diner
Lebanon, PA
Mel's Diner is an O'Mahony from 1955. This was previously the Lincoln Diner. [map]

West Shore Diner [map]

Don's Diner
Middletown, PA
Don's Diner was built around 1958. It's not known which manufacturer produced it. It was previously known as the 230 Diner, named after Route 230 on which it is located. By 2011, Don's Diner had closed and the diner was known as Mr. Smith's Smorgasbord. It closed later that year and has been vacant since then. By 2015, the tiles had been removed and that part of the building was painted brown. By 2016, the windows had been boarded up. It was still vacant in 2019. [map]

Village Diner
Milford, PA
The Village Diner is a 1956 Mountain View. I believe this is its original name and location. In 2019, the neon sign was being restored. For more, see this website. [map]

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