It seems like what remains of New Jersey diner culture is slowly being wiped from the face of the earth.

The now-vacant Penn Queen Diner, located at 7349 N Crescent Blvd in Pennsauken, might be demolished to make way for a new Taco Bell and coffee shop, according to Courier Post.

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A firm in Pennsylvania put in proposal to the Pennsauken zoning board to tear the place down. We'll see if it gets approved.

Built in 1964, Penn Queen reigned as a South Jersey staple for decades and was a representation of classic New Jersey diner culture. Now it's one of the many diners that have closed, especially in the last few years.

Now as it sits empty on a lonely corner, it's not the prettiest thing to look at. Its exterior and worn signage really shows its age.

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Not all South Jersey diners that have closed are doomed for demolition, however. We're keeping an eye on the Marlton Diner, which was approved to be remodeled into a cannabis dispensary last year. So even though we won't be able to get pancakes at club sandwiches there anymore, the building will still be there as a relic of the past. Read more on that HERE.

What do you think? What would you like to see replacing the Penn Queen Diner? Let us know in the comments!

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