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Drive-in Theatres Texas


Bronco Drive-in (Close)
El Paso, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's the old marquee and sign for the Bronco Drive-in Theatre in El Paso. Check out the head of the bronco on the other sign on the left. Although this drive-in has been closed for some time, it's nice to see that the marquee is still somewhat intact.

(Far left) Check out the bronco head at this old drive-in as it faces the main street through town

(Near left) A look at the marquee



Fiesta Drive-in
El Paso, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Fiesta Drive-in Theater in El Paso still stands off the old highway, although weeds are now covering the lot. The Fiesta is somewhat known in the area for showing adult films and is one of the few left in the country that still does so.



Stars & Stripes Drive-in
Lubbock, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Stars & Stripes Drive-in opened in August 2003 and is going strong in Lubbock, TX. The diner area has a 1950's touch. This ozoner is located at 5101 Clovis Highway, between Quaker Avenue and Frankford Avenue. The drive-in is still showing first run movies with information found at their website.

(Far left) A look at the Stars & Stripes marquee

(Near left) The fence and screen tower at this still open Lubbock, TX drive-in theatre


Stars and Stripes Drive-in Ticket Booth
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The projection booth
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com




Mission 4 Drive-in Theatre (Partially Demolished)
San Antonio, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Mission 4 Drive-in Theatre is a familiar sight to those traveling through the South Side of San Antonio, TX. Unfortunately, the Mission closed for good in 2007 and is now in the process of being partially demolished.

For more, see Roadside Peek's Lost Treasures - The Mission 4 Drive-in Theatre. 05-09









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