Friday, November 24, 2017
DELCO HISTORY- 1950s – Fernwood Diner – Baltimore Pike, East Lansdowne, Delaware County

DELCO HISTORY- 1950s – Fernwood Diner – Baltimore Pike, East Lansdowne, Delaware County

Delco in the 50’s!  Take your iPad over to your grandparents house and check out the picture of the Fernwood Diner.  The Fernwood Diner was a fixture on Baltimore Pike in the heart of Delco from the 1930s all the way through the 1960s.   From ushering out the end of the Great Depression to enduring through World War II, Korean War, and beginning of Vietnam War, the Fernwood Diner was open 24 hours a day/ 7 Days a week (except Christmas Day!) serving great food and company to Delco’s finest men and women during a time in our history that defined both our County and our Country.  

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One comment

  1. My dad owned Keller and Wolf Paving. We are creating a memorial of sorts and I was wondering if you had any old pictures of Sheehy Ford on Baltimore Pike or of Keller and Wolf in your archives?
    Thank you so much,
    Jojo Wolf

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