This picture is the inside of the end of the counter.
The outside of the end of the counter is on your right.
This is just a simple interior photo, looking to the end whre
the counter will go to. If you see the ends of the roof, you will
se how the minor water damage has helped to peel the paint in some places.
This is a view from behind the counter. It shows how the
counter is just a skeleton right now. It also shows the front of
the counter laying against the wall.
This shows the original floor on the diner. The original
floor was linoleum. The pieces by the door, are newer, as they must
have been replacements at one time. These newer pieces also show
water damage. The original pieces also show many nail holes from
the oak flooring being put it it, at one time. These pieces of linoleum
can not be more than an eigthth of an inch in thickness.
This is looking at the front end of the diner, on the end with
the counter. The wainscoting has been removed on the end of the inside
wall, and is still ther on the front inside of the diner. On the
floor, in the top left hand corner, is the area where the wheel used to
be. The green wainscoting in the bottom left corner of the picture
is the front of the counter, laying against the wall.