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so does the skeleton screen which is on the ground!
the concession stand is gone though all of the ramps and screen foundation still remain
one of screen still stands intact too!
missed something one of the screens still stands
has since been demolished only the outline and a few of the ramps and the foundation for one of the screens remains sadly.
now street light ministries thrift stores. their sign is the old marquee!
uploaded aerial from when it was a single screenn theater.
update found an article from 2018 that says the project has everyone’s go ahead but no work has started.
there is a plan to bring it back!
still good got a go ahead
articles are from september and october of 2016 but i couldn’t find any other info and would love to know if this will happen or become one of thousand drive-in reopening proposals that doesn’t go through.
brought by a chicago couple who will turn into a farm which will also have a farm to table restraunt and yes they plan on showing films!
everything was still in tact in 1992 but the screen was gone in 1995 but everything else still stands and some ramps may still remain,
have since added a screen and is now called sequoyah 9
now owned by some company called hollywood theaters.
behind the church some of the ramps still remain!
some of the ramps still remain!
video of the demolition!
renovated the screen was demolished and replaced with a new one!
now has two screens please update!
video of the screen coming down!
it was at a danger of closing last year due to the lights of the parking lot at the publix’s supermarket next year.
still can only find one drive-in theater and it’s called canal drive-in i added it a couple of days ago. unless you can put evidence that Tucumcari had two drive-ins this should be taken down and the canal drive-in being updated to also being named county drive-in
could only find one drive-in
just uploaded 2 different streetview pic of the ramps marquee concession stand and the remaining screen!
some time between 2012 and 2016 the screen was torn down and replaced with a new one!
so it opened with twelve screens and was downgraded to 10 screens weird! never ever ever heard a theater downgrading the number of screens before!