Wabash, IN Photo courtesy Steve Felder
Here's another shot of the 13-24 Drive-in Theatre in Wabash, Indiana.
It's called this because it is on Route 13, 1 mile from Route 24 in Indiana.
Ford Drive-in (formerly Ford-Wyoming) Photo courtesy Mark Hackett
Here's a nice shot of the Ford-Wyoming Drive-in Theatre of Dearborn,
Michigan. The screen tower still appears to be in good condition. According to Cinema Treasures, the drive-in opened in 1950 as a single screener. By the early 1990's, the drive-in had grown to nine screens. 04-01
Ford Drive-in (formerly Ford-Wyoming)
Michigan Photo courtesy Steve Felder
Here's a different angle to the Ford Wyoming Drive-in, including
a view of the marquee. A straight on look at the screen is just below.
UPDATE 12/10 : The drive-in is now called the Ford Drive-in. They closed screens 6 thru 9 on Wyoming Avenue and had them torn down. The drive-in is still open for movies on Ford Road but it's only a five screen drive-in theatre now. Many thanks to David Hughes for update. 12-10
Monticello Drive-in Theatre Photo courtesy Don Gardner
Near the Indiana Beach Amusement Park is the Monticello Drive-in Theatre.
An interesting screen tower due to its simplicity.
Clarksville Drive-In Theatre (Closed)
Clarksville, IN Photo courtesy Steve Felder
Those of you familiar with the Clarksville, Indiana area will remember the
old Clarksville Drive-In. Now defunct, the old marquee stands guard
over the screen tower, which can be seen in the background.
Davenport, IA Photo courtesy David Johnson
Here's a circa 1982 shot of the Oasis Drive-in Theatre in Davenport, IA. Check out the distinct mid-century colors and shape
of the marquee.
Bel-Air Drive-in (Closed)
Mitchell, IL Photo courtesy Don Gardner
Here's the Bel-Air Drive-in Theatre near St. Louis, MO. Right
on Route 66, the Bel Air's vintage marquee still stands, overlooking a
wide expanse now known as an empty lot.
Wabash, IN Photo courtesy Mark Hackett
How often have you seen a rams head arrow
on a marquee, a drive-in one to boot? Well, you can see one for yourself
off Route 13, in Wabash Indiana, no matter which direction you are driving
from. This "Drive-In" is a great stop.