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Yes, grew up looking at this from my bedroom window!

Spent many date nights at the drive-in.

Definitely grew up here, parents took us as little kids and then dates in the teen years

My grandfather and my brother worked here

This theatre was in the front yard of the farm I grew up on. Occasionally we would get a call from the drive-in that our cows were visiting....hard to keep a fence intact with all that used to sneak in

Grew up just down the street from the Skyline. Snuck in many times to watch movies!!!

Yes, remember it well as child going with my parents & then at my teenage years , found out how much fun it was to sneak in.

My parents used to run this Drive in .Lord how I miss these days

Yes, lived in Waynesboro for 63 years. Loved going to the Drive In movies. Car loads full. Miss this beautiful area!

Janet Widner Talbert

Remember playing on the swings at the base of the screen before the movie started. Great memories there. Used to eat at the "Caravan" across the street. Home of the "Hump Burger". Grew up in Crimora.

I watched the movies ( without sound) from my backyard on Alpin Avenue. I saw Bonnie and Clyde as a silent movie. :)

When I was a teen you could pile as many people in a car as you could and get in for $1 a car load then get out and sit on the ground with a blanket.good times!

When I was a teen you could pile as many people in a car as you could and get in for $1 a car load then get out and sit on the ground with a blanket.good times!

I remember us hiding in the trunk of the car and sneaking in. Also drinking the near beer there, tasted like beer , but no alcohol. Had a lot of fun here.

I worked at the visulite theater in Staunton 1971/1972 time frame owned by the same company. Spent many nights at the drive in.

My mom and dad took us to the movie every Saturday night when we were young after stopping at the Donut Diner for 2 dozens donuts and six bottles of coca cola. A great time.

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