I was sent these pictures of White Post Virginia’s Dinosaurland by reader Tommy Wilson. They were taken in 1972 or 1973.
“I grew up in northern virginia and my dad took me there when I was a kid (about 6 or 7 I recon) I had NO IDEA the place was still there!”
Posted in Roadside attraction |
Tagged 1960s, 1970s, 1972, 1973, americana, Dinosaur, Dinosaurland, Fiberglass, giant, kitch, monster, roadside, tourist trap, Vintage |
Abandoned “modern” place in PA
edit: The owner of the Rosedale Diner opened Pizza World after the diner’s closing. The diner was moved to the woods across the street from Pizza World, and was featured on the cover of Hall and Oates’ Album, Abandoned Luncheonette. It no longer exists.
Posted in Abandoned, Diners / roadside related, Diners/ restaurants, Roadside attraction |
Tagged 1950s, 1960s, 1973, Abandoned, Abandoned Luncheonette, architecture, Bill Faulk, california, Coffee Shop, Daryl Hall, diamonds, diner, forgotten, googie, Hall & Oates, Hall and Oates, High Street, John Oates, Kenilworth, modern, overgrown, PA, Pennsylvania, pizza, Pizza World, Pottstown, roadside, Rosedale Diner |