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It seemed like almost any small town had at least a downtown theatre. Towns such as Waynesboro had a drive-in also. The Waynesboro Drive-In was listed in the 1950 edition of Film Daily Yearbook.
The Waynesboro Drive-in was located going out of town heading towards Statesboro, Georgia. Several times going hunting with my dad we would pass the drive-in back in the late-1960’s, and it had long been closed up!
By drive-in standards it was a small lot parking only 100 cars. It was owned by L. Bailey. The screen was falling apart when I saw it in the late-1960’s, maybe early-1970’s.
Having no reason to go to Waynesboro it wasn’t until the late-1980’s when I drove by that old drive-in again. The block building that housed the booth and a small snack bar was still standing but the roof was long gone.
I walked the deep grass looking for maybe an old speaker and watching for rattlesnakes!
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