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My wife and I spent the night at Landoll’s Castle in Ashland County and took the long way home down the backroads. I had put all of the locations of Ohio theaters into my GPS, so I could know if I was close enough to stop by for a visit. I didn’t have much hope for this one after striking out on a couple of obvious ones, but the Duncan turned out to be the star of the Friday trip. While I was taking pictures, one of the locals passed and told me I needed to buy it and reopen it instead of just taking pictures, so I said I’d pass the word on that Killbuck was hungry for movies again. Enjoy! I did.
Several views from Flickr:
A couple of shots of the Rialto building.
Love this shot:
The 6187 address takes you right to the sign if you plug it into Google Maps. Not very impressive, but I thought I’d mention it anyway.
Interesting. It appears that this drive-in is just north of the I-24/KY 95 intersection, but also that there is no access from I-24. From the overhead it appears that you could watch part of the movie while driving east unless the trees are in the way.
I think this is the correct building. Not the same as the State Theater, which I also visited today.
While taking my daughter to school this morning, I caught a quick glimpse of something in the lobby of the old Hiland Theatre building, so I stopped in this afternoon to confirm my suspicions. I’m going to have to give the building a walk-through to see if anything else from the heyday survived.
That’s just another one of mine from a different site. ;–)
Light wasn’t the best today. I’m going to get back some time in the AM and see what things look like.