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Photo in this story:
Photo at this new story in the Lubbock paper:
New story in the Lubbock paper on old Lubbock theaters:
New story on the Granada: In its heyday, Granada was truly grand 03-23-2008
Here’s more from drive-ins.com
Drove passed the Midway on 9/1/2007 and they were open this season.
Does anyone know the root of the Mulkey name? It’s the only one with that name in the database.
Here’s a photo taken 01 Sept. 2007.
Here is a photo of the Gem in Claude I tool on 01 Sept. 2007.
Here is a photo of the Gem in Turkey I took on 01 Sept. 2007 while out on a drive.
A good shot of the Broadway Theater is here:
Enter: “Rain water” in the description search box.
Found other photos of the Texan in Lubbock.
in the desc. box enter “Star Hotel” and search
another good pic is in this collection:
A Great photo of the State is here:
another good pic, interior full of people, is in this collection:
The Clifton was the old Palace. It was across the street from what became the Pride of the Plains Lindsey Theater. It was in a large 3 story stucture that was part of the old Hilton Hotel city block. All of the buildings are now gone. It was one of the only buildings of its size in downtown Lubbock.
To see photos, including of the cool neon, visit this link:
enter the word: drive-in in the description box of the search form and search.
Many Lubbock theaters shown. El Capitan; Plaza; Clifton; Lindsey; Cactus; Westerner Drive-In; Corral; Broadway; Midway; Plains Drive-In; Arnett-Benson; Arcadia.
From the drop-down box choose: Buildings-Commercial-Movie Theaters
Search theatre and drive-in and there are other arial shots of other drive-ins, etc.
Now has 3 screens. Website is http://www.driveinusa.com
PALACE became the CLIFTON.