Super 30 West Drive-In
7992 Steubenville Pike,
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Previous Names: Penn-Lincoln Drive-In
Originally opened as the Penn-Lincoln Drive-In on July 22, 1948 with Deanna Durbin in “Something in the Wind”. Located in North Fayette Township (east of its assigned location of Imperial) off U.S. 22/30 (Penn Lincoln Highway), just east of a five-way intersection on Old Steubenville Pike, which was part of the original Lincoln Highway.
Closed on September 6, 1982 and remained dormant until May 24, 1985 when it reopened as Super 30 West Drive-In. Despite all-new equipment and the addition of a flea market, this revival only lasted over a year, closing for good on September 22, 1985 with “Summer Rental” & “Volunteers”. Until just a few years ago, the screen remained in excellent condition, facing an empty field.
Today, the drive-in site is now occupied by a shopping center, Penn Lincoln Center.
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