The Park Avenue Diner Explodes – 1966

A little after midnight on May 30, 1966, The Park Avenue Diner, 107 Park Avenue, Stroudsburg, PA exploded. The explosion was blamed on a leak of bottled propane after the installation of a new stove. Thankfully, there were no fatalities, as the diner had closed early that night.

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It looks like what is now Compton’s Pancake House was built on the site after the remains of the old diner were cleared away. Photos

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One thought on “The Park Avenue Diner Explodes – 1966

  1. will definitly try the  Triple Play should I ever make it to Compton’s Pancake House    YT

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