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As of May, 2017, the screen frame is still there.
A closer address is 945 AZ-87, Chandler, AZ. That puts it right next to what use to be the old entrance road of the drive-in. However, the road itself is listed in Google as “unknown”, so the address of the car lot (which use to be a convenience store) is the next best.
Today, the property is mostly apartment buildings with no trace of the drive-in remaining.
There does not appear to be any trace of an old neon sign left on the property.
The correct address is 3909 N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd, Austin, TX.
Today, the property is occupied by the Fiesta Mart. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The address of the Fiesta Drive-In was not the same as the Montopolis Drive-In. The original drive-in was demolished by 1965.
The Fiesta Drive-In was located at 1601 Montopolis Drive, Austin, TX. Or, you can use the address printed on the poster in the photo section of Riverside and Montopolis, Austin, TX.
Today, the property is occupied by Riverside Meadows, an apartment complex with no sign of the drive-in remaining.
A 1954 aerial does not show a drive-in anywhere near the address which is currently listed.
However, there was a drive-in that was at 7201 Levander Loop, Austin, TX. It was near the old Bastrop Highway on the north side of the Colorado River which seems to be the Montopolis Drive-In. By 1965, the drive-in had been demolished. Since then, the highway has changed and the Levander Loop is now the road which sits next to the property.
Today, the property is occupied by a charging station and the Austin Animal Center.
Today, businesses like Auto Zone and the Utah Community Credit Union occupy the property. However, you can still see some of the ramps on the east side behind the businesses.
Any information you can provide about the drive-in is most welcome here. When it opened, when it closed, what made it special. Anything you can add will be most appreciated.
Property is now a “Park and Ride” so people can catch the bus. Screen still in good shape, but half the property is overgrown. Concession stand/projection booth long gone, but restoration is possible.
As an aside, the Google street view from 2016 shows the driver of a pickup on the north lane using his hand to show his disapproval of being on Google street view.
A closer address (at least for Google) is 3501 Woodville HWY, Tallahassee, FL. The retention pond where the drive-in once stood is just to the south of the address.
A more accurate address is 1601 N. Inyo, Ridgecrest, CA. There is a South Inyo which is throwing off the location on Google.
Today, some ramps, foundation of the concession stand/projector booth, and the screen base are still present.
JWmovies is right about the address. You can use US 17 Business & US 17 Business, Chocowinity, NC. The drive-in was about ¼ mile north on the east side of US 17 Business.
Today, it appears to be private property with only one of the entrance roads remaining from the drive-in.
I believe I found it.
The address is US 601 and Drive in Road, Bamberg, SC which is located just south of the town. A 1989 aerial photo appears to show the remnants of a small drive-in.
Today, the property overgrown with trees and junk vehicles. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
LaPorte Housing Specialists occupy the part of the property where the screen once stood. You can see the ramps in the back of the property.
Google Map street view from 2008 shows the ticket booth intact, but the property itself is covered in trees and has a few buildings on it.
I do not see the screen as a building seems to be in its place. So, the drive-in does not appear to be intact.
This is a duplicate page. There is already a North Drive-In for Terre Haute, IN listed.
The address is 2435 Norwood St SW, Lenoir, NC. Aerial photos from 1951 and 1966 show a drive-in at that location.
Today, it is the home of Keens Towing & Recovery. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The projection booth/concession stand is gone. It appears to have been removed by 2011.
Also, while the Google street view of the marquee taken in 2012 shows it to be intact, the satellite view which was taken more recently shows some substantial changes. So, the marquee may look quite different today, assuming it is still standing.
The address (according to Google) is 7141 US-77, Sinton, TX. The drive-in sat on the west side of the highway.
Today, the property is home to Camacho Recycling and there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in was located at what is now the intersection of Railroad Ave and West Woodrow Road, Slaton, TX.
Today, the west side of the property is a cemetery while the east side is Lubbock County Precinct #2 where they keep some of their vehicles.
There is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The address (at least for Google) of the entrance is
W U.S. Hwy 50 & Frontage Rd, Gunnison, CO. The drive-in was located right across the river from the Island Acres Resort, which is still in existence.
Today, the drive-in remains mostly intact with the concession stand/projector booth still standing and the screen partially standing.
A closer address (at least for Google) is 10724 U.S. 72, Rogersville, AL. This address is on the east side of what was the drive-in. This part of the drive-in is now private property.
Today, most of the property is overgrown with trees and there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
A better address is 801 E Roosevelt Rd, Little Rock, AR, which is currently the location of a Family Dollar store that sits at what use to be the entrance to the drive-in.
A 1970 aerial photo reveals that the Rose Drive-In was twinned at some point. Also, it appears to have been demolished well before 1970.
While most of the property is empty, there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in was located on the north side of the town at 713 Mechem Dr, Ruidoso, NM.
Today, the property is host to a few businesses and there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The address is 444 U.S. 54, Santa Rosa, NM. The drive-in sat on the south side of the town.
Today, the property is occupied by the Las Casa De Vita Apartments. There are slight hints of ramps on the south side of the property, but otherwise no trace of the drive-in remaining.