The Lexington Diner

The Lexington Diner was located on Rt. 309 in Line Lexington, PA. It had doors at either end, globe lights, a monitor roof, and subtle stainless steel trim on the panels. The end windows were half-moon shaped. O’Mahony?  The name was done in raised bolt on letters. Check out the neon sign reflected in the car’s hood in the foreground.  This was attached to a two story stone semi- moderne style building and next to a mobilgas station.  I wonder if this was replaced in the 1970s by Zoto’s?
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A postcard from the diner:
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