|Pennsylvania Diners (page 2)|
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|Fegely's Reading Diner
Mount Penn, PA (now Boyertown, PA)
|Fegely's Reading Diner is an O'Mahony Monarch from 1938. The diner was originally located in Reading, PA. It closed in 2003 and was moved to this location in 2005. These photos are from 2007. The owner had hoped to open the diner on a limited basis after restoration. However, that never happened. In 2010, the diner was moved to Boyertown, PA. After being restored again, in 2011 the diner was put on display at the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles. For more, see this website.|
|The Wellsboro Diner is a Sterling diner, produced by the J.B. Judkins Co. (#388) in 1938. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3.|
|Blue Comet Diner
|Eulla Mae's [gone]
The Blue Comet Diner is a 1957 Mountain View. The exterior is completely hidden behind modern additions. As of 2011, the diner is closed. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.
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.
|former Flo-Inn Cafe
|The Flo-Inn Cafe is a Valentine diner from 1941. It was originally known as the "Kings-X" restaurant and located in Wichita, KS. It became the Flo-Inn Cafe in 1948, named after the owner Florence Fortnoy. The diner closed in 1983 and was moved to San Diego, CA for awhile. It was then shipped to PA where it was restored and is now on display at the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.|
West Chester, PA
|The D-K Diner is a Mountain View (#361) from 1947.|
|Lou's Farm Mart
The Village Diner is a 1956 Mountain View. I believe this is its original name and location.
Lou's Farm Mart occupies a 1956 Mountain View (#514).
|Vale-Rio Diner [in storage]
|The Vale-Rio Diner is a Paramount diner from 1948. It has unusual disc patterns on its stainless steel exterior. The 11th Street Diner in Miami Beach, FL has the same pattern. This diner's name was based on the owners' last name, Valerio. After these photos were taken in 2007, the diner's roof and parking lot were painted shocking pink. The diner closed in 2008 and has been in storage since then (bottom photo). For more, see these websites: 1, 2 and 3.|
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