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still there showing films on the screen as long as films are shown on the screen i’m happy!
found this video on YouTube about a news report on the demolition of the Astro demolition
has since been demolished only the ramps remain
https://www.google.com/maps/place/731+S+Main+St,+Jacksboro,+TX+76458/Cinerama Dome and ArcLight Hollywood.1901112,-98.133081,315m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x8652403d344d8561:0xe62a923ebedf180a!8m2!3d33.1958302!4d-98.1443474
it was still open in 1977 but had closed by 1983. the projector’s booth and the ramps still stood in 1977 but has since been demolished please update!
an aerial from 1958 from historic aerial.com shows this drive-in was open in 1958. please update!
not a chance the screen was demolished!
wont be opening anytime soon. the ticket booth windows are boarded up most likely because vandals have already struck!
i saw it in a you tube video but i can’t find the video.
let’s hope that it either says open or closed but not closed and demolished!
yes. the next day left for home and it reeked of smoke. it was so bad that when got in the car. it reeked of soot from our clothes. it was smoky for all of the day getting worse as the day got on. literaly just about every middle school elementary school and high school and college within 100 miles from the fire was closed!
just uploaded a 1972 aerial from historic aerials.com of the old sunnyside drive-in from when it was still a single screen drive-in
wonder why it closed. isn’t a lot of competition. but there probably isn’t a lot of people either.
sad to see a perfectly good drive-in going to waste. hope it’s reopen and not demolished
found this cool video of the drive-in
so is the concession stand. its still standing there. it wouldn’t be hard to reopen this one. just some hard work. hard work that we seem to have forgoten exists in america. oh well
a pic of it can be seen in the movie drive-in movie memories.
was still open in 1980. closed by 1997. uploaded historic aerial ofthe drive-in. curtousey of historic aerials.
has not been demolished! closed in 2015
has since been closed. and either there were two drive-ins in waverly tn or this one is now the army nation guard recruiting center
was open as early as 1994
screen has since been demolished. the ramps still remain!
did not open for the 2018 season as they are looking for a digital projector. they also said they might not reopen for the 2019 season. should be listed as closed. the website also says closed thank you for the 2017 season!
it appears that the property has train tracks running through the middle of the property
it appears to still be there. the ramps still remain though!
whoops my bad 6:30 pm and it’s called sauerbeck because that’s the name of the guy who owns it steven sauerbeck!
no longer a vacant field. outline very easy to see now!