Worcester Lunch Car #806 has had a long life and many names but continues to attract new entrepreneurs who want to make a go of the restaurant business
A sweet little post-Art Deco brick gas station in the middle of the Hope Street commercial district. Probably contaminated and hard to subdivide, so it came down.
A 60 year old, 6000-foot long steel cantilevered truss bridge that struck fear and awe in the passengers that rode over it.
One of two remaining Sterling Streamliner diners manufactured in the late 1930s by the J.B. Judkins Company left in the country
A six-story early Moderne former bank lobby and upper-floor offices was redeveloped in fits and starts into residential apartments
This 70-year-old diner car sat on blocks for 10 years before being restored and reopened as a classic breakfast and lunch diner
This 60 year-old Art Deco structure was vacated in 2000 for new digs across the highway. It say vacant for 6 years until a proposed condo structure took it down.
A previous naval repair facility employing about 12,000 military personnel eventually turned into an industrial park once the Navy left
One of the last big box stores on North Main Street, closed since the mid-to-late 90s. Demolished in 2014 to become infill for a parking lot.
Abandoned and for sale for almost 20 years, this drive-in theatre has rot away to almost nothing
A sweet and spare little gas and service station formerly on Eddy Street. Love the painted transom sign.