Diners of Pennsylvania
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Built of stainless steel in a factory and transported to its site of operation, the diner is a unique American form that remains especially visible in Pennsylvania. Diners are known for their home-style cooking and nostalgic appeal, but according to roadside historian Brian Butko and geographer Kevin Patrick there's more to the story. Having visited some of the most famous establishments, they explain that diners have become an integral part of the landscape and the communities where they continue to thrive.
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Rainbow Diner,4th and Morton ave,Chester,pa,was moved to Marcus Hook ,pa.It is now called Sungate Diner.Across street from THE OLD SUN OIL Refinery.------- Rainbow Diner, 4th & Morton Ave.
Click here for an image of this diner in its original location as well as a December 2001 picture from Marcus Hook.
Rainbow Diner 4th & Morton Ave. Nick Subashi
Some known Rainbow Diner employees:
(was a waitress there when Pearl Harbor was attacked) - Thanks to Gigi339sw@aol.com
1941- Spring 1946
This diner was then relocated to 10th & Green St., Marcus Hook and known as the Marcus Hook Diner.
The Marcus Hook Diner has reopened as the "Sungate Diner"
Please click here for a more detailed history of the diner from Carly Subashi.
Nick Subashi had previously operated the Bridge Cafe.-----http://126.96.36.199/rainbow_diner.htm
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