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I have it at…Grimes Rd & Salisbury Rd. Lexington, NC 27292
The address is U.S. 18 & County Rd. 9 Gregory, SD 57533
Uploaded the opening day movie ad along with another one.
This might be it
Honda is giving away four projectors.
Both Goggle and Bing don’t map it right. Sometimes that happens. I wonder what the old screen tower looked like?
Here is the correct address that will work…933 Loudon Rd, Latham, NY 12110
In looking at the Goggle/Bing maps Rt.9 and Louden Rd. are the same. If you take the Rt. 9 out of the address it seems to work. I put it on the list for Ken to change.
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The Hi Road now has digital!!
In looking at the aerial this address is closer..S. Bunker Hill & E 31st St. Wichita, KS 67210
Here is the Video
Just added TOPO map. I think this is the drive-in? I would call the address as S. Denver Way & W. Victory Road, Boise, ID 83705
Maybe drive-ins.com started to answer their phone and emails again? CT is alot more user friendly!!
Uploaded picture of the Bowie Blvd Drive-In from 1948. I think it is right drive-in. If not let me know.
Thanks dallas for the pictures!!
In ground speakers!!!
It looks like it could be reopened!!
Pulling the screen tower down to be reused at another drive-in
JimmyEubanks..have any pictures to share?
In looking at the pictures on the website it looks like it was closed for awhile!
Uploaded aerial from 1966. It looks like the curved cinema-scope screen was mounted in front of the flat screen.
Uploaded 1952 aerial map. The drive-in was gone in 1962. Also, the design of the screen tower must have been a common one. I have see other screen towers in Ohio that were built just like it.
Here we go!!!
The plans called for a twin. But it was never finished. I almost had the owners ready to finish it, but unfortunately, the city of Fayetteville added so many restrictions to getting a permit. That the cost became way too much.
The ramps were already built. We only needed projection equipment and a screen. The Roads were there as well, but the City of Fayetteville wanted us to Build a lake to retain water, to dig out the culverts under 112, that they just had the car lot replace with a double culvert and for us to install 1 very large culvert. We were to put a sidewalk from Nelms to the Glass company, to put in an irrigation system and water line and plant trees all across the HWY 112 frontage, So that kind of killed it as ever being possible.