|American Diner Museum|
A non-profit organization established in 1996 to recognize the diner's cultural and historical significance as well as its national importance.
|Back On Tack|
A collection of roadside attractions, road art and diners. Self-confessed tackaholic Steve takes a historical and humorous look at the culture of roadside kitsch.
Aaron Marcavitch takes a scholarly look at amuseument parks, diners, drive-ins, gas stations, motels and hotels.
Online directory of roadside architecture featuring photos of classic diners, motels, gas stations, route 66, googie coffee shops, and highway history
|Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor|
Aims to identify, conserve, promote, and interpret the cultural, historical, natural, recreational, and economic resources along the historic Lincoln Highway in Pennsylvania.
|Lost America Night Photography|
A collection of night photography by Troy Paiva of the abandoned roadside west - buildings, signs, vehicles and scrapyards.
|Minnesota's Roadside Architecture|
David W. Nystuen's project to photograph all the roadside attractions in the state.
A celebration of a fading part of Americana: the motel.
A gallery of expandable thumbnail photographs of the vernacular roadside attractions of New York State highways.
Travel guide to offbeat attractions, tourist traps, weird vacations, and roadtrips. Includes tourism news.