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The Cozy theatre seen in Feb 2008 HERE
If you visit, don’t miss the fabulous Snack Bar and Arcade
Went by on 2/23/08 and snapped a few pics.
Outside View everyone’s seen before.
Back Side of the building with the added on Air Conditioning room.
To the LEFT as you peek into the hole in the back where the plywood is missing. And to the RIGHT in the same room.
A peek through some broken glass to view the LOBBY
Closeup of the RIG Sign
Inside the glass shot of the Edna. Lots of spare neon for the marquee. Not sure why the red arrows are spray painted at various places inside.
Historical Marker outside the Plaza Theater HERE
Looks like the Lynn Theatre website bit the dust as well. Certainly not a good sign…
I live in Austin, and my job takes me to areas like McAllen (where I am right now), Laredo, El Paso, Houston and all parts in between. Many times I try to take the long way home and hit the small towns along the way. I’ll post some this weekend when I get back home.
Still there, sad as always. I took some more photos, got a few shots of the lobby through some broken glass, and some other assorted ones.
Ehhh, Google maps ain’t acting right. Here’s a clipping of the site. I’ll see what I can find.
This sure looks like the old site HERE
I’ll be going througn Alice next week, I’ll see if I can spot anything left of the screen.
Oh yeah, still standing as of 3-4 weeks ago. I will be traveling through Premont early next week, I’ll swing by and check it out, but it’s never changed all the times I drove through town.
Change spelling of city to Whitewright, TX
You also see signs of a fire on the front right side of structure.
Here’s a pic I took when the screen was left standing. Didn’t last much longer after this was taken. Don’t have an exact date, but certainly early 80’s
Looks like your link provided on your 10/14/08 post is no longer valid….
Exterior has changed slightly, so I’ll post a Feb 2009 pic…
Here is a Feb 2009 shot of the interior, looking at the doors that separated the lobby from the seating area. Lady at the shop said this is original. Beyond the doors, is the cafe.
Here is a shot of the apartment at the top floor, which used to house the balcony for the theatre. Shop owner said the balcony was originally segregated. Photo taken from the courtyard for the cafe, which is where the seats used to be. The theatre partially burned down long ago.
Here’s another interior shot, I would assume the slanted wall is caused by the stairs leading to the balcony originally.
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Will get some together. Don’t have a great variety though. If I had gone inside I’d have lots more!
Here’s something you never want to see inside an indoor theatre. Sunshine!
Here’s some pics I took May of 2005.
Front of building:
Peeking over front door:
Poking my camera through broken back door. I never wandered inside…
My January 2006 pic….
If I have my cities right, I was told by a local that the theatre burned down back in the 70’s…
5/27/07 View of the Uptown in Superior..
Here’s a shot of the interior taken Jan 2009. At least they didn’t gut out the interior…. The portholes for the projector are still on the back wall. Taken from the balcony.
Exterior view of the Texas theatre Jan 2003. Note building to the left.
Exterior of the other buildings in the strip center. Most have no or little roofs left inside.
Shot of strip center from Jan 2009