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Looking through Google Maps, business locations, and Street View, the address should be 101 E. Bridge Street. Land Bank is 105, Edward Jones is 103….
Can’t quite make out the marquee, but something’s Coming Soon…
Off Hwy 516 and Bronco Lane North of Beeville. Another case of Broncho versus Bronco.
If you click on the map link at the top, add another l to the word Marshal to make it work. Town is Marshall
Sorry guys, stopped by today right after 4:00, waited until close to 5:00. Never got in, no one was around… Maybe some other time.
Almost next door is Maurice’s which is 302 Main St. Joan’s Hallmark is listed as 310 Main St. But they’re on opposite sides of the street. Which would make the Snyder 311 Main St. Which is also listed as the address as The Grand Theatre in Williston. But it’s not, it’s actually a block away.
Google lists the Grand as 311 or 312 or 211 Main St. 211 is more accurate, but Snyder and Grand are on opposite side of the street so 211 Main and 311 Main don’t work. Maybe it does since the US Bank on 202 Main St. is on the same side of the street as Snyder. Joseph’s Ready to Wear is 205 Main St, right next to the Grand.
Confused yet? I am hopping on the motrorcycle and get out of here…
I have to go to San Antonio tomorrow morning, then to Houston, I’ll be driving right by in the afternoon. I’ll stop and take some photos if anyone is interested. Even if you’re not, I’ll take some anyways.
Finally found it on Street View. Around the 346 block of Main St. Nice modern LED marquee too….
One more odd thing… In Street View, if you are dead smack in the intersection that the above map puts you in, there are no street lights in any direction. Just one click in either direction, the street lights reappear.
Street View is odd on this one. Only Hwy 54 is mapped out, but the difference between the Street View and Satellite view is totally different. Street View shows after the tornado, satellite show before. Lots of building are gone…
460 would be closer. The jewelry store next to the old theater is listed as 464 Aultman. The Street View shows a Fantasy Fast Photo in the old theater building, but phone listing a Fantasy location, but on 11th St.
Looking at Street View, the entire facade is gone. Just a simple concrete face now, with some windows in the upper floor. Wonder if those were just covered up when the porcelain facade was installed?
Still shows up in Street View, but in the 500 block of W 8th St. Looks like 2 story building next door was torn down first, it does not show up in the view.
On the 5 photos I posted on ½/09, on the last one, which guy is the old owner, and which is the consultant? If you know, of course…
Looking at Street View, it’s now a parking lot….
Second paragraph here says it’s a church.
Better picture here:
There’s a New Life Church. Building sure looks like it could have been a theater.
I meant the photo that was linked to in the post from Lost Memory on 4/28/09 at 6:27 pm. Trying not to get too technical.
In the photo above from 4/28/09 you can see a fence and carport to the right of the Metro. Google Street View for the 1726 block of Butternut shows a new multi-story building, with a fence and carport to it’s right. Just saying is all…..
Their website said they will be reopening soon. A good sign…
Strange. In the ‘71 photo it’s Pastime, in the 1986 photo it’s Bryant’s Inc. Google Street view which is fairly current, shows the old Pastime marquee.
Google map view above shows a place called the Fillmor. Appears to be open at time of Street View photo.
Looks the same to me… Nice looking marquee. Glad they moved the electrical service from the front of the building. Wonder who’s idea was that in the first place?
According to another site, this looks like the building. Around 190 Dale St.
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Looks to be a Quonset hut type of construction. Small view HERE