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Valley Brook Drive-in
Status: Operating seasonally from May to September on weekends only.
Location: Burdick's Crossing Rd., Rte 36, Lyons Falls, NY 13367
Website: www.drive-ins.com/theater/nytvall
Phone: 315-348-6315
Screens: 1
Capacity: 400 cars
Original owner: Robert Matuszczak
Opening date: May 30, 1952
 

This page was last updated on December 6, 2009.

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Topo Map from 1980, courtesy of TerraServer USA. Aerial image from 1998, courtesy of TerraServer USA. Aerial image from 2005 courtesy of Google Earth. Aerial close-up image from 2005 courtesy of Google Earth.
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Grand opening ad from the Lowville Leader on May 27, 1952. Picture from the Lowville Leader on May 27, 1952. Valley Brook Drive-in marquee from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com. Valley Brook Drive-in entrance sign from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com.
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Valley Brook Drive-in ticket booth from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com. Valley Brook Drive-in screen from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com. Valley Brook Drive-in snackbar from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com. Valley Brook Drive-in snackbar from 2007, courtesy of drive-ins.com.

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Just a short drive from where I grew up.
Have quite a few memories of this landmark.
A throwback to times gone by, but, still relevant in the digital age ...
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Lowville NY 13367
March 31, 2015
#1 - FJ - 03/31/2015 - 09:35
B-)B-) a litle Drive-in theatre, BIG in my heart, not at all INDUSTRIAL, and still feels the same on returning. Quite Old Fashioned, and still very rural, not at-all in a bad way. No WebSite, but they do have a current Movie Schedule page online at: http://www.DriveinMovie.com/NY/ValleyBrook/schedule/

#2 - Rudy Middleton - 06/09/2015 - 21:29
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