|New Hampshire Diners (page 1)|
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|Daddypop's Tumble Inn Diner
|Daddypop's Tumble Inn Diner is a 1941 Worcester (#778). It is still at its original location. The lettering on the diner's side is original and unique for Worcester. "Daddypop's" was added to the diner's name in 1997 when it was bought by the man that owns "Daddypop's Diner" in Hatboro, PA. For more, see this website.|
|Main Street Station
|The Main Street Station is a Worcester Streamliner (#793) from 1946. It was Fracher's Diner (the name still on its side) until around 2001. As the Main Street, it offers a Tex-Mex menu and its interior has been decorated in a dining car/train theme. At one point, the diner was encased in brick but that was removed. For more, see this website.|
|The Peterboro Diner is a 1950 Worcester (#827). For more, see this website.|
|Sunny Day Diner
|The Sunny Day Diner is an expanded 1958 Master diner. It was originally in Dover, NH where it was known as "Stoney's Diner". It was moved here in 1988 and named "Jay's Sweetheart Diner". It was renamed the "Sunny Day Diner" in the late 1990s. The diner was still open in 2005 but closed sometime after that. I understand that it has since reopened. For more, see this website.|
|Gilley's PM Lunch
Gilley's PM Lunch was known as the White House Cafe when it was traveled the streets of Fall River, MA. This lunch cart was built in 1939 by the Worcester Diner Co. It was permanently installed here in 1974. The interior still has the original oak, porcelain trim and fixtures. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.
The Heritage Diner is a Worcester, built around 1925. It has been in Charlestown since 1945. It was previously known as the L&V Diner and Alice's Trolley Stop. It opened here in 1995 as part of the Charlestown Heritage Restaurant and Tavern.
|Paugus Diner (now Union Diner)
|The Paugus Diner is a Worcester (#831) from 1951. It was originally known as Manus' Diner and located in Concord, NH. It was damaged in a fire in 1991 but was repaired. In 2009, a new owner changed the name of the place to the Union Diner. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.|
|The Riverside Diner was built in 1926. It is one of only two Pollard diners left. The other one is the Palace Diner in Biddeford, ME.|
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