The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
1940 Main and Genesee Streets Buffalo NY ~ Christmas Time
Great image of a 1913 or '14 Pierce Arrow at the Wawona drive thru tree in Yosemite.
Anyone who is a "Real fan " of rare Petrolina here may recognize the EXTREMELY rare Julian pre-fab metal station building in the back ground . I have only seen one other . There again, it could have well been the same one as this one was in a Mini Wharehouse . These buildings were about 10 X 12 X 16
In the Shell ad, what is a "traffic-boner"?
XP, I've eaten at a few of those diners. When traveling I will choose a local diner over a chain any day. Drive down the street and look for the one with the most cars in the parking lot, if the locals eat there it's got to be good.
WOW! Great picture of the old diners.
Since today's topic is diners, here are some shots of the famous Mickey's Dining Car in downtown St.Paul, MN. Opened in 1939, Mickey's is still open 24/7/365 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. If you want to experience a little of old St.Paul, stop in at Mickey's ... I recommend their breakfasts.
very nice linen post card , thanks for posting
Every small town should have a diner.
Too bad this is not in color. Beautiful car
See post #85539...........lol
Owned by my 1st cousin, Maude Mundis, from 1939 until her death in 1948. As the executor of her estate it was operated by her father/my great uncle, O.W. Dickerson, until it's sale in 1952.
In mid-50's vernacular, a "boner" was a mistake.
Same intersection at different times and different angles in Rolla, Mo.
Bellows field 1940
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