such a shame.paz
Make sure they don't send it to Birmingham Ken.V. lost the last one you sent down there.
It's always sad when such a place full of memories has to close down. You shot this from a beautiful angle, Ken!
I like the former owner.
This is really shame !!Unseen Rajasthan
Since i have recently eaten many meals at diners I can understand you feelings.
They made a great Veggie Burger!
KM,Oh don't listen to Wayne, I haven't exactly LOST the Cheyenne. It's just been misplaced around this damn place somewhere. *&%$ where it it???
Love the architecture of this Diner and it looks so NY to me!
What a pity, great looking little diner. Can't be too many of those around these days!
It's a pity, it was an interesting place for diner, I like this English word Empire!:)Léia
Some great shots; love diners, but really like the shot of the Greenpoint Soda Fountain
That's a real shame! These diners are an endangered species. (One upstate, in Millerton NY, had been deteriorating for years but has just reopoened under dynamic young leadership and is hopping!)
But they have to keep the building. The gleaming metal is wonderful
All the closings . . . I've been seeing more in suburban Detroit. Good photos, at least.
Yet another icon closes?
«Louis» joins the chorus of those sad to see the Empire close - even if he was never able to eat there.He also likes the pithy comment of the former owner...
What a pity, I have seen it last year in september when I was in NY.
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