"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
I'm a new follower of your blog here and absolutely love the idea of the abc Wednesday! That theater is so unique :) I'm going to browse your abc's! Thanks for sharing!
Cool shots of the theatre, Andy! I've never been inside but would love to check it out sometime.
I love old theatres Andy. Would much rather watch a movie here than in the giant cinipelexes.
love this shot.Melissa - please feel free to check out the other participants in ABC Wednesday, and, if you'd like, participate yourselfROG, ABC Wednesday team
I remember our old theatre in my hometown looks like that. Great choice for the theme this week.My “T“
Wow, that theatre is even older than I am. I love the projector on the canopy.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Gotta love an ol' timey movie house with its giant projector.
Cool shots, theatre is great.
It is rather a non-descript looking building - except for all the cool adornments! Love that projector and film!
Terrific T post, this oldest Theatre, Andy! Not only the film projector, but the photos/signs on the front are a Treat to see.
Very cool!!!! And the winter weather doesn't destroy it?
If I had known you were in Beaverton, we would have invited you in for coffee!Jane x
Great old projector, but as for the film, I had already seen it. :-)
Jane and Chris - Thanks for the invite. I had lunch in the fish and chip shop across the road.Meryl - It's in good shape considering it's goes from freezing cold to extreme hot.Melissa - Thanks for becoming fan.
What an entertaining T Andy.Time is Precious
Well, Andy next time you are out this way,leave a message on my blog and I'll give you the details.Jane x