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was demolished in 2016 sadly with no trace of the drive-in remaining. please update!
i just uploaded a very very cool aerial of ir from 1959 from historic aerials.com
only the exit/ entrance road ramps part of the original fencing and concession stand remain of this drive-in
it was still open in 1995!
went here to see a miss nelson is missing play s a class field trip in second grade. then after that whenever we would drive by it at night i would marvel at the neon most importantly it’s neon sparkle ball!
it’s called the lincoln city 6 now please update!
then i mistakenly though that was the marquee my bad!
the marquee may remaion still actually!
now has 557 stadium seats please update. ps. i don’t like this news but someone has to write about it. i might go to a show there in december. finger crossed i do.
has since been demolished! the ramps and the foundation of the projectors booth are all that remain. please update!
closed in 1986 it can’t be seen in the 1987 topo map but it can be seen in the 1986 topo map there fore it must have closed in 1986
the screen is still standing!
was open as early as 1950!
it wouldn’t make any sense to replace a drive-in screen to close the next year! i want to know where the info came from!
now called the beale street theater please update
nice tube tv in the ticket booth!
opened between 1954-1958 it s an empty feild in the 1954 aerial. it was listed in the 1958 topo maps. it opened between then please update.
weird with the come as you are in the car slogan in the grand opeing i could have easily assumed this was operated by pacific theaters!
to the sunnyside drive-in and all of the other drive-ins that have been demolished i have honered them by making a parody of titanium called demolition proof. it is about someone who wants to demolish a drive-in screen but no matter what he does the screen won’t fall!
just uploaded 1967 aerial
uploaded 1969 aerial from historic aerials.com
the concession stand remains!
two vids of the demolition
so do the ramps!
you can easily see the outline though!