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has been demolishhed site is now exon gas station and a napa auto parts please update.
the ramps are barely visable but they still remain
well then debbie riddle bell any interest in reopening the drive-in
has since been demolished! no trace of it remaining! please update!
a few of the ramps still exist!
was a shopping center in 1967!
news article about the 2018 reopening it has a new owner
did it ever reopen after the storm because the 1990 topo map lists the drive-in and i want to know if it reopened or if it’s a mistake.
the ramps are barely visable though the outline is clearly visable all other traces aren gone except for the concession stand which still remains that withing the past 10-15 years got a repaint on the roof!
after all these years it appears part of the original fencing and the exit road still exist. the castle next to the drive-in was part of a family fun center that closed in 2016 and was demolished. now it’s easier to see the shape of the drive-in
google earth pro’s newest aerial was taken when they were mainting the screen so you ccan see someone in a crane maintaining the screen.
now has three screens please update.
1972 aerial uploaded here. notice the new mall next to the drive-in!
do they still show films here. such a classics like the fox theater in visalia. just curious.
it sucks that it was turned into a wal-mart. and i’m geussing the only reason the sign remains of the former theater is because the removal of the sign would have to be done by the person who buys the place next and i think wal-mart probably didn’t feel like removing it because they’re like the worlds biggest superstore chain and taking down the sign is the least of there worries that is if the sign is still there. although without the sign i’d still reconise it as a former theater.
1972 aerial uploaded here.
1962 aerial uploaded here. notice the weird placement of the concession stand.
since demolished but it was still standing completely intact in 1992 almost a decade after it closed!
the projectonists booth is gone. the concession stand looks like it could fall over at any minute. the marquee and screen apear to be in great shape. though the projectors booth location is easy to identify as the removed the speaker poles and installed them in the shaspe of the old projectors booth!
looks like it was twin at one time!
great photos can be found on cinema tours.
a bunch of nice pics can be found on cinema tour!
the ramps still remain!
good to know!
wow a four screen stadium theater. amazing!