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er, that should be same as the Big Horn Theatre at that website, and the address was 534 Greybull Ave.
Could this be the same as the Greybull Theatre pictured at View link ?
This theatre was at Fourth St & Birch St in the Commerce Block which is not demolished, but was damaged by fire in 1978. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
The current Grange has been around for over 100 years, so it is the same building. The address is 28 Chopmist Hill Road.
You can see photos of it to conirm its the same building:
Then: View link
Now: View link
I’ve seen this listed in the town of Champlain rather than Chazy. Mapping the address on Google works in both towns.
This theatre closed in December 2010.
It seems as if there were 2 theatres called the Orange Theatre at various times then and both buildings still exist!
The Town Hall is not the same as the Orange Theatre. The Orange Theatre was at 52 East Main Street. A Bing Maps image shows it is still there, although I am not sure what the function is. The Town Hall, listed at 6 Prospect Street even though it appears to face Nor4th Main, is a different building which also appears to have been a theatre.
The theatre is now the Holiday Cinemas Stadium 14 as they have added a new wing with more screens.
That’s an adaptive reuse I’d never thought of!
It’s for sale at View link
City should be changed to Urbandale.
Status should be changed to open with function of live theatre.
Iarrytown is still known as Tarrytown. North Tarrytown is now Sleepy Hollow.
It maps on Bing Maps.
Opened November 22, 1996, not 1992.
This drive-in was on Star Lite Drive.
Renovation seems to have gone kaput. Building is now for sale on Loopnet with the front recommended for offices and the auditorium “in need of major repair or tear down.”
Research indicates the address was 225 South Jackson St and that the building is not demolished. It seems to have been turned into a cultural center.
The Cinerom opened in 1996. It was never called the “Cinerom 9 Winsted.” The official name was Cinerom Digital Movieplex.
It turns out this theatre is not demolished after all. The lobby has been converted to retail and the auditorium has been converted to apartments.
This same theatre is double-listed under its new name the Toronto Underground Cinema.
The above PSTOS link is for Everett, WA not Everett, PA.