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Liberty Aviation Museum, Tin Goose Diner
USA

The Tin Goose Diner was moved from Jim Thorpe, PA, to Cleveland, where it was restored, then onto the Liberty Aviation Museum.  An architecturally contemporary entry and additional dining area were added at the time of installation.

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Uploaded: 10/11/2012
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