Out of the Attic: Jimmy's Diner jukebox

This week’s Out of the Attic item is a photograph of a jukebox from Jimmy’s Diner.

The well-known diner, which through the years was also known as Jude’s Diner, Newark Diner and Korner Diner, was located at the corner of Main Street and Haines Street. Its metallic building still stands and was last home to Cheeburger Cheeburger, which closed a few months ago.

The juke box is now on display at the Newark History Museum.

Out of the Attic is produced in partnership with the Newark Historical Society. The Newark History Museum is located in the old train station under the South College Avenue bridge is open by appointment December through March. Admission is free. For more info, call 302-234-4145 or visit www.newarkdehistoricalsociety.org. Do you have an old photo to share with Newark Post readers? Contact editor Josh Shannon at 443-907-8437 or jshannon@newarkpost online.com.

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