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Uploaded aerial from 1958. It looks like it was closed before 1965.
The address is…1140 West Helm Street, Brookfield, MO 64628
I think in closed in 1957.
Address…Big Basin Hwy and Moon Dr Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Here is an aerial for it from 1966…It was located at 541 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Union, SC 29379. I found it when I researched the Spartanburg, SC drive-ins. It did some advertising in Spartanburg paper.
More information here
From New York Drive-Ins
The McDonalds address is…7403 U.S. 62, Gassville, AR 72635
lipalarp…Have pictures to share?
I have picture of that..South Park Drive-In. It is not on CT.
John..have any pictures of the drive-in?
Was the “Fairview Super Superior Drive-In” the name of it when it closed? He does it listed that way under Previous Names.
Does anybody know the correct street address for it? I could not figure it out.
From the Beeland website…was this called the Greenville Drive-In at one time?
Dixie Boys, Dixie Majors and area high school teams play at the GPRD’s Beeland Complex facility. Located on East Commerce Street on the site of the old Greenville Drive-In Theatre,
Here is a Aerial
Thanks…I have the at 1545 Stanley Avenue Andalusia, Al 36420
That is the tractor dealership next door. It looks like they parking tractors on it.
I put that address on the list for Ken to change.
Uploaded TOPO and Goggle earth view.
Valley became a city in 1980, but its history dates back to the late 1860s when twin textile mills and towns, Langdale and Riverview, were built on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. In the early 1900s, two additional mills and mill villages, Shawmut and Fairfax, were built and in 1980 these 4 mill towns incorporated to form the City of Valley, Alabama.
Is this the valley Drive-In?
You guys got me all confused! I have aerial 3210 20th. There is bank and if you look behind the bank to can make ramps/trees yet. Which one?
It would be nice if anybody that submits a theatre could find/figure out the address before.
Located on Conewago Green Rd.
Here is an aerial from 1970