Albuquerque contains many examples of diners that were in business during the heyday of the old Route 66. One of the finest examples of post-Depression era diners is the Valentine Diner in Nob Hill.The historic Valentine’s Diner at Triangle Park (next to the Girard Gateway) was renovated for use as a police substation for the Nob Hill area. It is a beautifully restored building that perfectly encapsulates the Route 66 roadside culture that permeates Central Avenue.
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By: kkeps
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