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Midway Drive-In Theatre

Highway 2
Tioga ND

Closed Outdoor Theatre
Record #39330  
 Closed: 1973
 Current Use:
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Information for this tour was contributed by Jim Aho.

In addition to the Regis Theatre in Stanley, the youngest brother of my mother's family built & operated the Midway Drive-in until it closed in July 1973, when a tornado took the screen. My Grandmother was the ticket-taker, my mother worked concessions, and my uncle was the Projectionist. The Midway was located along US Highway 2 between Ray and Tioga ND. Today the concrete block building that housed the projection booth, concessions and restrooms is all that remains.


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Last featured 1/11/2011. Last edited 1/11/2011.

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