This shot comes from my friend Luke Ryalls, who is down south on a trip with Dalhousie University architecture.
The 11th St. Diner is a 1948 Paramount, moved from Wilkes Barre, PA in 1992.
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Taken by my grandfather in the mid 1950s. Great design- truly a building-as-a-sign. Check out the Riviera Cabana Club in the background. This may have been on 22nd St in Miami Beach, Florida.
I can’t find this one in any listings, and it’s not open. It’s back off the road, no parking lot, big piles of dirt up front. It’s on the Westbound side of the Emerald Coast parkway, rt. 98 / rt.30, next door to dankel plaza.
My apologies for the poor photos, but here are some shots of the All American Diner of 10590 Front Beach Rd, Panama City Beach, Florida, which I took today from the car. It’s a 1996 Starlite.
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