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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.
I believe I found it.
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.
The address is 1375 E. Fairview Ave, Meridian, ID. You can see it clearly in a 1971 aerial.
Today, the property is mostly occupied by Jump Time, a gymnasium, with no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in was located south of Tatum near the intersection of State Highway 206 and County Road 149, Tatum, NM. It is just north of the intersection on the west side of the highway.
Today, you can still see the ramps, entrance/exit road, and the projection booth/concession stand appears to be intact.
The drive-in entrance was located at 2212 E Main St,Farmington, NM.
Today, most of the property is now Valley Storage. A Bank of America and a Spa dealership straddle the old entrance. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
(Note: The drive-in mentioned in the description appears to be the Apache, which was demolished and replaced by a Wal-Mart.)
The drive-in sat on the SE corner of West 9th Street and Rio Street, Clovis, NM. On the west side of town.
Today, the property has been sectioned off for residential housing, but it remains an empty field with no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in is east of town, 422 US-60, Clovis, NM 88101, about midway between Clovis and the town of Texico.
Today, Gallery Fifteen and another business sits on the property. You can still see the ramps.
The address is 858 NM-96, Regina, NM, just south of the US Post Office.
Although the property is empty, there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in was located on the west side of the town at 200 Marguerite St, Gallup, NM 87301. By 1962, the drive-in had been demolished.
Today, the property has a Shop ‘n Save store and there is no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The drive-in was located on the SE corner of
Aztec Ave & Basilio Dr, Gallup, NM 87301, on the east side of town.
Today, the property is mostly empty and you can still see the ramps.
The address (according to Google) is 1203 South 3rd Street, Jal, NM. Today, the property holds a private residence and what appears to be a business.
You can still see the ramps, entrance/exit road, and the ticket booth is still standing.
The address is 15 Road 3262, Aztec, NM 87410. Located west of the city in the small town of Spencerville, the drive-in appears clearly in a 1962 aerial photo.
Today, the American Storage Complex occupies half the property, but you can still see the foundation of the projection booth/concession stand next to the parking lot.
The address is 3405 Broadway Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87105.
Today, the property is occupied by All Jeep Parts & Sales with no trace of the drive-in remaining.
The Valley Drive-In was located west of Hotchkiss at 32070 CO-92 Hotchkiss, CO. The drive-in was located on the south side of CO-92.
Today, the entrance is a private residence while most of the property is an open field. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining apart from what may be remnants of the screen which sat on the SE corner of the property. The private home also sits “catty-corner” in the same general area where the projection booth/concession stand was located in a 1964 aerial photo.
Upon further examination, the remnants of the concession stand/projection booth may still remain. And part of the screen may still be standing, although it’s in very poor condition.
The drive-in was located at 101 E Joy Dr, Anthony, NM 88021. It was NW of the city and today it is the La Similla Food Center.
All that is left of the drive-in is the general shape of the property and the concrete foundation for the screen.