Diners and other structures serving the American motorist.
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America's Landmark: Under the Orange Roof
Unofficial site documenting former and current Howard Johnson's restaurants and motels.
American Diner Museum
A non-profit organization established in 1996 to recognize the diner's cultural and historical significance as well as its national importance.
American Highway Project
Uses photography to document vanishing Americana such as motels, billboards, service stations, highway signs, tourist attractions, drive-in theatres and diners. Site also includes news.
Tribute site to Howard Johnson's Restaurants. Includes history and directory of existing locations.
Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor
Aims to identify, conserve, promote, and interpret the cultural, historical, natural, recreational, and economic resources along the historic Lincoln Highway in Pennsylvania.
Lost America Night Photography
A collection of night photography by Troy Paiva of the abandoned roadside west - buildings, signs, vehicles and scrapyards.
Minnesota's Roadside Architecture
David W. Nystuen's project to photograph all the roadside attractions in the state.
A celebration of a fading part of Americana: the motel.
Travel guide to offbeat attractions, tourist traps, weird vacations, and roadtrips. Includes tourism news.
A tour of 1950s roadside signage and buildings. Includes sections on the futuristic Googie style and its Polynesian-influenced cousin - the Tiki look.
Debra Jane's listings with photographs of historical eateries, giant structures, lodging, miniature golf, advertisement signs, and gas stations across the USA. Listed by category and by state.
Glenn Wells tours roadside diners and charts the rise and fall of Howard Johnson's restaurant chain. Includes an e-mail discussion group.
Society for Commercial Archeology
SCA is devoted to the study and preservation of American 20th-century roadside architecture.
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