Valentine Diner


Valentine Diner (for Poser)
Valentine Diners were manufactured in Wichita, Kansas from the late 1930s into the mid-1970s. Valentine diners could be found all over the United States and were often located along major highways. This structure is based on a Nifty-Nine model that still stands (though currently closed) in Winslow, Arizona along the former Route 66. The small size, makes it ideal for Poser scenes. The diner is a poseable figure for Poser 5 and higher. Front and side doors can be opened or closed using ERC dials.

The following smart props included with the package:
  • Awnings (2)
  • Blender and blender cup
  • Dishes: Bowl, plate, plate stack, cup, glass
  • Utensils: fork, spoon, spatula
  • Cookware: Pan and 2 pots
  • Cash Register
  • Coffee Urn
  • Curtain
  • Menu
  • Menu Holder
  • Mustard and Ketchup Bottles
  • Napkin Dispenser
  • Open/Closed Sign
  • Roof Vent
  • Soda Fountain
  • Sugar Jar
  • Stools (9)
    All of the above props are parented to the diner.

    The package also includes one light set.
    For use in Poser 5 and above

    For more information about Valentine Diners, check out Valentine Diners along Route 66 (link opens in new window).