Not a dry eye was in Pine Valley as ABC shut the city down!

Michael Starr reports on the last day of All My Children as the residents turned the lights out in Pine Valley, PA.

“All My Children” taped its final episode Tuesday in LA — and series co-star Ricky Paull Goldin says there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.

“I can’t even begin to tell you how many tears there were — more than your average soap,” Goldin told me yesterday. “Everyone was crying. At one point, I was taking people on a little tour of the set on the final day — I wasn’t allowed to do that, but I forgot — so I snuck ‘em through the sets and I started to get very emotional.

“I saw some of our sets coming down and ‘my’ loft, Jake’s loft, was gone and the Martin living room [set] was scaled down and Tad’s living room was stripped down and some of the other sets had tape across them.

“It was like a crime scene,” says Goldin, who joined “AMC” as Dr. Jake Martin in 2008 after seven years at “Guiding Light” (he also spent some time on “The Young and the Restless”). “I turned around and saw the sets as they were and got choked up and emotional, really for the first time, since it hit me that this was really happening.

“You never really think it’s going to go away.”

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