Valentine Diners - Kansas - Tribune
- Business name: 66 Grill
- Street address: Unknown
- Open or closed: Closed; scrapped
- History: This diner, last seen in a scrapyard at Horace, may also have traveled to St. Francis and Lamar, Colorado. For much of its time, it was likely on the east side of Tribune as a grill for a Phillips 66 gas station. It may have been known as the 66 Grill, the Duck Inn (where it allegedly had papier-mache ducks along the roof line--although they didn't last in wet weather), and the Top Lunch. The building probably dates from 1948. It was scrapped around the year 2000.
- Model / serial number: Aristocrat / 579
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Entry: Valentine Diners - Kansas - Tribune
Author: Kansas Historical Society
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Date Created: July 2014
Date Modified: August 2014
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