Blackstone Valley rallies Around 2011, according to Mr.
Arning, the National Heritage Corridor Commission received an urgent request from Mr.
Zilka, said that upon transfer of ownership of the diner to the city of Worcester, the Corridor Commission, through the Worcester Historical Museum, would reimburse the Diner Museum up to ,500 for transportation expenses it previously incurred to move the diner to its storage location in Cranston.#755, has sat in the back lot of an industrial plant in Sutton, in limbo on a long road to once-promised restoration.Daniel Moroney, the owner of the Sutton property where the diner sits rent-free, sent a letter last week to directors of the Rhode Island-based American Diner Museum, which since the mid-1990s has owned the diner, demanding that the diner be removed.Ryan and his family swapped stories and slung hash for cops, firefighters, lawyers and people just coming in for a cup of coffee.But for the last 6 ½ years, the diner, Worcester Lunch Car Co.
Ryan recalled happier times at Sherwood’s Diner, as she talked recently to a reporter outside the shrink-wrapped hulk. They’d love it and they’d come back for more.”The diner closed in 1969 and the Worcester Redevelopment Authority took it over in 1970, moving it to Shrewsbury to make room for the Centrum, which is now the DCU Center.