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It is not the only operating drive-in in Illinois on Route 66, the 66 Drive-in in Springfield, Illinois has reopened.
Was it only the screen that caught fire?
Clever use of drive-in speaker posts!!
The Vietnam era movie could be one of the Rambo movies or one of the Chuck Norris movies(where went back to rescue soliders though to be missing in action?), i forget the name of those movies?
Who is Mary Lee?
The restaurant is called Ivy.
Also called Mount Barker Outdoor Cinema.
The address might be the Oodnanatta Track?
Opened in the early or mid 1930’s.
What do those words(Spanish? on the marquee above mean?
The site might now be Prescott Christian Church?
Why the name K-W?
When did it close?
The current Memorial Hall and public library opened on 8/3/1968.
The St Dunstan Hall Film Society doesn’t screen movies that contain violence or adult movies(porn).
What was built at the original drive-in location?
Is it possibly the only drive-in the world to have the entrance(and exit?) cross a train line?
Was it named after former US president Warren G Harding?
The supermarket building(Coles) on the site also now has a liquor store(Liquorland), possibly a separte entrance from outside(?).
The site might be partly an empty field(judging by the street view photo).
Opened in 1926. Also known as Progress hall, and Loyalty Theatre.
Openeed in 1981 and closed on 28/1/2008.
Screen 1 in the above photo looks a bit low down for a drive-in screen i think?
Opened on 15/4/1934.