This once-famed diner in Lawrence, New Jersey sat abandoned for almost 30 years. YouTube channel “TheUnknownCameramanExtras” filmed some amazing footage of this crumbling establishment, which was once a local landmark.

Read a bit about the history of the diner (including a unique opportunity to actually own this historic building for free) and check out the video below.

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Check out the fascinating footage of the diner below:

This story has a happy ending. The diner was moved to Hamilton, New Jersey before the slated demolition date. It has been restored, and now serves as a classroom space for vocational training. Do you think this is a fitting fate for the beautiful diner?

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