The Tin Goose Diner and annex is part of a $17 million Liberty Aviation Museum at the Port Clinton Airport in northern Ohio. Its owner Ed Patrick wanted to provide visitors with a genuine diner experience to compliment the vintage aircraft on display and under restoration at the museum. He contacted Diversified Diners soon after we had acquired the former Sunrise Diner from Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. We proposed not only to restore the 1949 O'Mahony diner, but also add a sympathetically designed annext for extra seating.
This project resulted in not only a diner that looks brand new and fresh from the O'Mahony factory, but additional seating area where customers feel a part of the genuine diner experience. Unless we told you this, we believe you'd swear this addition is an original part of the actual diner!
You can read more about the Tin Goose at RoadsideOnline.com or visit their own website at http://www.tingoosediner.com/