Fodero Dining Car Company
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The Fodero Dining Car Company (1933–1981) was a diner manufacturer located in Newark and later Bloomfield, NJ. It was founded by Italian immigrant Joseph Fodero, who formed the company after constructing diners with P.J. Tierney & Sons and Kullman Industries.
Fodero diners are known for their stainless steel exteriors and art deco appearance. The Big Star Diner, constructed in 1948, has an exterior typical of a Fodero diner and is shown at right.
Diners constructed by the company are located primarily in the Northeastern United States, especially New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
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