Friday, April 3, 2009

1950's Soda Fountain Diner (Replica)

Although I state that this is a "replica," all the parts and pieces are authentic. They've been brought together in the exhibit at the Miracle of America Museum in Polson, Montana. What a Terrific place to visit! I spent an entire DAY there and didn't see all FIVE ACRES of displays.
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7 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Very cool. The American dream!

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

This is neat-o. Makes me feel the need to put my hair in a pony tail... oh wait, I have short hair.

Quality Tale said...

Everyone wish to have such type of dreams...many of us may get success to grab such opportunity...It was nice time of mine that I have been the witness of such dream at US...thanks to invoke my memory...

AVCr8teur said...

This looks like an interesting place to visit. American history is so fascinating.

dogmawblog said...

How neat!

Grampy said...

Very nice. I would love to visit there. We have an actual working diner in Connecticut that has done the same thing. I believe the era however is the sixties. I think I will see if they will let me take photo's. It would be interesting to share.
Thanks for your sharing.

JOE TODD said...

I used to work in a drug store with a soda fountain like the one shown. Ended up being a pharmacist
Enjoyed your blog and will be back

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