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(Windham County, Connecticut)Fully restored 1950's era diner.
Arthur's Paradise Diner
(Middlesex County, Massachusetts)Classic diner, home of the "delicious" Boott Mill Sandwich
Blue Moon Diner
(Worcester County, Massachusetts)Worcester Lunch Car Co. diner #815
(Hampshire County, Massachusetts)A classic Worcester Co. diner in the original location.
(Grafton County, New Hampshire)One of two diners built by Pollard still existing.
(Rock Island County, Illinois)Diner was moved in 2010 to an undisclosed location for restoration as Papa Du's BBQ.
(Middlesex County, Massachusetts)Tiny 10-stool diner is one of the oldest and best-preserved in existence.
(Westchester County, New York)Classic diner built by the National Diner Co., it was the "Sunset Diner" in the "Little Lulu" comic strip.
(Hampden County, Massachusetts)Neon sign reads "Charles" but diner is known as "Charlie's.
Chelsea Royal Diner
(Windham County, Vermont)Classic-style diner built by the Worcester Lunch Car Co.
(Columbia County, New York)A restored 1925 O'Mahony classic.
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Originally known as the Aetna Diner, it has been closed since 2000.
(Kenosha County, Wisconsin)An old school diner still in use and appearing pretty much as it did when it was new
(Dutchess County, New York)A DeRaffele diner, remodeled in 1997
Izzy's Diner & Pizza
(Berkshire County, Massachusetts)Classic diner; exterior spoiled by faux stonework.
J&Es Yankee Diner
(Worcester County, Massachusetts)Originally installed in Leominster and moved here in 1969, now under new management.
(Hampshire County, Massachusetts)Closed since 2013. Interior gutted.
(Worcester County, Massachusetts)Presently closed, will reopn as "Haymaker's Grille"
(Wayne County, Michigan)A classic diner located within the Henry Ford Museum.
(Middlesex County, Massachusetts)A nicely restored little diner
(Worcester County, Massachusetts)Small classic diner remodeled by Worcester Lunch in 1950's.
(York County, Pennsylvania)Previously known as the Starlite Diner until sold in 2007.
Main Street Diner
(Hartford County, Connecticut)A classic diner built by Master Diners Inc.
Miss Bellows Falls Diner
(Windham County, Vermont)The only completely intact example in Vermont of a barrel-roofed Worcester Co. product.
Miss Florence Diner
(Hampshire County, Massachusetts)An historic diner in the Florence section of Northampton
(Dutchess County, New York)Re-opened as the Oakhurst Diner in 2010.
(Westchester County, New York)A Bixler Manufacturing Co. diner converted to a restaurant.
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Moved here from Massachusetts in 1954, it is possily the largest O'Mahony ever built.
(York County, Maine)One of two diners still in existence built by the Pollard Company of Lowell, MA
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Classic diner, built on-site.
Road Island Diner
(Summit County, Utah)Fully restored diner of the Jerry O'Mahony Co. #1107
(Essex County, Massachusetts)Now operated by Salem State University since January, 2014
Sandy Hook Diner
(Fairfield County, Connecticut)Classic barrel-roofed diner of the 1920's
(Windsor County, Vermont)Worcester Diner converted to Chinese restaurant in 1980's.
(Litchfield County, Connecticut)Classic-style diner, with steel construction, a distinctive barrel roof, marble countertop, 17 stools
(Worcester County, Massachusetts)Was the oldest diner in the country made by The Tierney Diner Co.
Tin Goose Diner
(Ottawa County, Ohio)A '50s themed diner attached to the Liberty Air Museum
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Large, space-age style diner, heavily remodeled.
(Dutchess County, New York)Moved here from Rhinebeck, NY
West Side Diner
(Providence County, Rhode Island)One of two Kullman Diners in Rhode Island
West Taghkanic Diner
(Columbia County, New York)A classic Mountain View diner. The sign is original from 1955.
(Franklin County, Massachusetts)Classic Kullman "Princess" style diner