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Open air theatres are generally walk-ins. They probably were accommodating walk-in patronage as well as people inside vehicles.
The same address was submitted for the Hi-Way Drive-In on CT.
Please update address to:
E Meighan Blvd & College Pkwy, Gadsden, AL 35903
Please change address to:
AL-8 & Roosevelt Ave
Selma, AL 36701
The address in the header will not map.
Small typo in the address on the header. Please use CR 79, not CR 29.
220 County Road 79Roanoke, AL 36274
900 2nd AveHartselle, AL 35640
Alabama 6 & US-82, Prattville, AL 36067
1751 Rockford Hwy, Alexander City, AL 35010
Alabama 74 & Cherokee Trail, Alabama 36272
The above address will map accurately to the location of the drive-in. Google Earth seems to prefer Alabama 74 over US 278, even though they are both the same roadway.
1900 Crawford Rd, Phenix City, AL 36867
5354 Atlanta Hwy, Montgomery, AL 36109
Eastmont Plaza currently occupies the site of the drive-in, which is on the south side of Atalanta Highway near Watson Circle.
There are two drive-ins (Marshall and Shadyside) near Albertville, both are on Hwy 205. One is south of town, one is north of town. Which drive-in is the Marshall and which drive-in is the Shadyside?
US-31 & Heckert Dr, Cullman, AL 35058
Please update to new address:
3531 Mobile Hwy, Montgomery, AL 36108
Actually, double check the aerial photo. It’s the next plaza north from the Walmart, with the Dollar Tree store and a bunch of other garbage retail.
Please update the address:
3418 20th Ave
Valley, AL 36854
Old Lee Hwy, .25 mile east of Lightfoot DrCherokee, AL 35616
Bexar Ave E & 5th St SE, Hamilton, AL 35570
This drive-in could have been called the Cecil Drive-In, or the M&O Drive-In, or both. Need newspaper ads with location information from when it was still in operation for solid confirmation for the name of this drive-in.
Alabama 52 & S Ball St
Slocomb, AL 36375
Temple Ave N & 22 Nd St NW, Fayette, AL 35555
When people refer back to a drive-in, they sometimes forget the actual name and simply refer to it by the name of the town it was in. The drive-in near Greenville would then be called the Greenville Drive-In, even through it operated under another name. This happens constantly, and leads to a lot of confusion, as well as duplicate listings.
Could there have been a Greenville Drive-In seperate from the Camellia Drive-In? It’s possible, but unless there is a newspaper ad showing both drive-ins operating simultaneously, probably not.
Broadway Ave & Sunrise Dr, Talladega, AL 35160
Still closed as of January 2015. Doubtful that it will ever reopen.
Memorial Pkwy NW & Winchester Rd NW, Huntsville, AL 35810
Does anybody have anything on Sky-Vue Drive-In which was open in the 1950s in Lockhart?