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Here is the address of the flea market:
648 State Rte 115 Saylorsburg, PA 18353
Here is a better address:
1599 U.S. 220 Alt, Biscoe, NC 27209
There was confusion about the locations of the West-Vue and Starlight DI’s. So Ken updated/posted it with the info he had.
That was in U.S News & World Report?? You have been doing some great overviews of DI’s, you must have source’s of info dallas…
If you get a chance email me at rstuder@buckeye-
Uploaded some pictures of the old concession stand. They are building a new one!!
Could this DI may have been named the Starlite DI when it opened?
More information Here
More information HERE
The correct address is:
306 E Potomac St
Williamsport, MD 21795
More information here
It closed and looking at a aerial map from 1966. The DI is now Express-Way interchange.
The address is: 2635 Lone Oak Road Paducah,KY 42003
Great pictures Jay!!
Uploaded flyer for the DI from 1961. Wineland Theatres was the operators.
I’m surprised that they did not twin or triple the DI in the later years.
They must have up-graded the screen tower to screen Cinema-Scope pictures after this picture was taken.
Uploaded some pictures courtesy of David Kilderry and www.drive-insdownunder.com.au
All the doors and gates were locked up with no trespassing signs posted. I did once and got busted at another DI…LOL!!
Uploaded some pictures. The DI is in poor condition and for sale.
Uploaded a picture of a drive-in speaker from the Lima Speaker Co.
Here is the correct address:
Missouri 76 & W Rockford Drive, Branson, MO 65616
I believe this is a good address:
229 Lincoln Dr, Shinnston, WV 26431
The screen tower looks like it has some holes init.
Some information from the net.
Not sure if you are aware of this old track or not. It sat right behind where the current Lincoln High School sets in Shinnston on property owned by George Rice who owned a drug store in Shinnston. It was one of the most unique facilities I have ever seen to this day. It was both a drive in theater and ¼ mile dirt race track, a real multi use facility back in the middle of the 50’s.. The concession stand was under the screen and also served as the concession stand for the track on nights (or days) the track operated.
Added some pictures courtesy of John W Vomvoris.