6 Honey Mooers Road,
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The Border Drive-In got its name from its proximity to the Canadian border. Drive-in’s flourished in this area because they were banned in the province of Quebec until 1970. Capacity here was 350 cars.
The Border Drive-In opened in 1953 and closed after the 1979 season. It was reopened in 1981 and remained open until the end of the 1989 season. Today the land remains mostly undeveloped and the pattern of the drive-in is still visible on the ground.
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