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the marquee and ramps may still remain.
either closed in 1963 or 1964 it can be seen in a 1963 topo map but two years later in a 1965 topo map it is gone!. most likely closed in 1964 please update.
@kevin mcintyre i can’t find any evidence of a drive-in in atmore!
a closer address is Autoscope Rd
never mind new owners took over and made it great again.
what the public is saying is that this drive-in sucks and has a google maps rating of 1.6 sadly!
https://www.google.com/maps/Warner Theatre.0830587,-86.0435468,239a,35y,134.25h,4.81t/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en&authuser=0 aerial of the drive-in and what remains the marquee ramps concession stand and theater screen!
it does along with the theater screen!
1257 S, Forest Ave, Luverne, AL 36049 well this is the location of a dollar general which sits on the site of an old drive-in
that’s sad news.
know i’m late but thanks!
having a hard time finding it because it has been demolished sadly please update!
good article from when it was up for sale!
oh it also appears a skeleton ticket booth also remains as well it could be reopened with some work and i think this area could use a theater.
the ramps outer fencing concession stand and screen foundation still remain. also i uploadesd a 1963 aerial.
not a scrap yard now an oil tank buissnes owned by a man gillepsie who is talking about demolishing it sadly!
only the ramps remain everything else is gone shoould be listed as demolished please update!
found a second drive-in in robstown!
you can barely see the outline and some of the ramps but they still remain!
though the apartments were built on half of the land so half of the ramps still remain behind the apartments.
it was torn down sadly although the concrete footers that held the screen still remain!
now springs road flea market screen speaker poles marquee and projectors/concession booth still remain
Jackinidana that’s sad to hear another 1970’s cinema shutting down!
closed by 1955