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Abandoned U.S. Theaters (72 pics)

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Photos of abandoned U.S. theaters.

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№1 Author: raymond.wendt (15 Apr 2011 01:23) Total user comments: 9115


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Wow, we really need to get our economy going again... or clean some of this up.

A few of them really looked nice on the inside (at one time)
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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (15 Apr 2011 04:12) Total user comments: 6039


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This is sad for me. The movies were once enjoyed by hundres of friends an strangers together. Now they are often watched alone in your living room. Many were family owned. In The Bronx we has the Lowe's Paradise theatre. Painted murals, bronze doors it's now a registered NYC landmark but the last movie I saw there was Rocky.
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№3 Author: mortex (15 Apr 2011 04:54) Total user comments: 740


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Locations would be nice...
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№4 Author: fairmania (15 Apr 2011 04:58) Total user comments: 1436


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There are a few I recognise from the Detroit and Gary, Indiana Urbex sites.

There are so many buildings all across the world just crumbling away for want of either a new owner and purpose, or just demolishing.

One of the most startling websites is the Detroiturbex site, which shows the decline of the area through the abandonment and decay of the areas buildings. Check it out, but be warned, it can take hours to browse the whole site.

Saddening, and strangely beautiful, all at once.
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№5 Author: nuts2u (15 Apr 2011 06:22) Total user comments: 828


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Spectacular design and architecture, some of it art deco. What a shame they have been left to rot.
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№6 Author: capt.huffnpuff (15 Apr 2011 06:31) Total user comments: 2801


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Its a shame that those old pipe organs have been neglected. I hate to see that. A waste. 13
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (15 Apr 2011 08:11) Total user comments: 10324


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Renovate them, use them for something else... Anything is better than to just let them fall apart!
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№8 Author: Jimmy Johnson (15 Apr 2011 08:36) Total user comments: 5518


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Next are video rental stores.
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№9 Author: bagofbrokenglass (15 Apr 2011 15:13) Total user comments: 116


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Everything does that! Kinda like detroit.
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№10 Author: Pilgrim (15 Apr 2011 16:35) Total user comments: 2288


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sad indeed..
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№11 Author: GhostChronos (16 Apr 2011 04:32) Total user comments: 2100


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Thats really sad
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№12 Author: mahedi (16 Apr 2011 05:15) Total user comments: 10772


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№13 Author: pedro carlos (16 Apr 2011 19:41) Total user comments: 856


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you wouldnt be able to find anything slightly similar to this where I live
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№14 Author: kutiekris420 (16 Apr 2011 19:52) Total user comments: 135


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In Fort Worth Texas they have the Granada theater, they use the front of the building for music concerts but when you go backstage it has all the old individual theaters still intact, sure there old and dirty and the chairs are piled up like some of these but it is awesome, most people don't get to go back so you wouldn't even know it was back there.
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№15 Author: Lu (16 Apr 2011 22:16) Total user comments: 15082


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Television stopped a lot of things. Over here the 'Drive In' was the place to visit.
Non existent now. Pity. 11
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№16 Author: Ty Webb (17 Apr 2011 18:58) Total user comments: 6156


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i love the old buildings
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№17 Author: 2fuzzy (18 Apr 2011 17:11) Total user comments: 10400


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Ran out of business by the huge multiplex chains.
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