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Mrs Frazer was concerned about her insurance position. The Frazers gave me a silver teapot when I left in [photo]. Some of the patrons would like to have a drink. Terry recalls a group of blokes in the late s who came in a top table truck.
They parked the truck and got out their folding chairs, and had an gallon keg. I think they finished the keg. It was hard to tell. You would get guys on motorbikes. We had all sorts of patrons, stories that you could not print. We had a bucks party one night. In the early s, there were panel vans that were carpeted and done up. The young fellows would reverse into position and open the doors to watch the movie. Mum and Dad could watch the movie. The regulars were young families who could not afford baby sitters.
They would pile the kids in the car in their pyjamas and come to the Drive-In. There was a lot of making out [and pashing] amongst the young couples who were regulars. At Easter, there were church meetings. They constructed a huge stand in front of the screen.
It went on for years in the early s [a trend copied from the USA]. It was a Drive-In church. The Frazers could not recall which church group. An independent movie was made at the Drive-In. They set up the rails and so they could move along to set a scene.
Some scenes in the movie were shot at Thirlmere. A local, Lyle Leonard, had his car in it. They shot a number of scenes at the Drive-In. I cannot remember the name of the movie. In wet weather, we waited until it was really wet and would tell the patrons to come to the shop, and we would give them a pass for the following night.
We could get completely fogged out. The light beam could not penetrate the fog. We would close up and give a pass for the following night. It was worst in April and May. People would come from a long way for a certain movie in really bad weather you would give them a refund. Lyn Frazer recalled that if it was drizzling, patrons would rub half an onion onto the windscreen, and you could see. Narellan township in [when we set up] only had 6 shops. There was always a takeaway next door to the current cheesecake shop [on Camden Valley Way].
There was only a very small shopping centre. The Gayline Drive-In eventually closed down, like many in the Sydney area, when residential development at Narellan Vale started to grow, and the land was more valuable as real estate. Unfortunately, lifestyles have changed, and people prefer the comfort of suburban movie theatres at Campbelltown and shortly at Narellan.
However, the tradition of outdoor movies and all their attractions for young families and teenagers are not dead in our area. Outdoor movies have made a come back in the local area as they have in other parts of Sydney. Read about the history of the Yatala Drive-In in Queensland. Read about the Lunar Drive-In in Victoria. It was only m up the road for her place. Richard Barnes Watched ghost busters there with my dad.. Dianne Vitali Watched many a movie over the years!! B 11 January Ian Icey Campbell Use to.
Go there in my Escort Panel van, lol. Lauren Robinson I live on this Drive-In! Nell Raine Bruce Such fun times we had there. Before we could drive we would walk and sit on the veranda of the cafeteria and watch the movie. The good old days, wish it was still there. Facebook, 22 June Eric Treuer I remember going there thinking that the drive-in was for gays. I was very young at the time.
Lol Facebook, 22 June Gail Coppola Had great times there. Listening to the movies and the cows lol Facebook, 22 June Jan Carbis Went there many times…. Barbara Brook Swainston I remember it well! Robert Waddell Watched Convoy with a few other families, as us kids played on the swings.
Vicki Henkelman The Hillman Minx and pineapple fritters life were good!! I also had a speaker in the shed for years oops! Kerry Perry Bring back the good times movie, chick, and food 24 June Julie Cleary We would back the panel van in and watch in comfort… So fun!
Mick Faber Great memories at the Drive-In. More of a party than a movie night. Kathleen Dickinson Holy geez I think I even remember where that used to be! Lol 23 June A fabulous vista from up there. Greg Black Some of the patrons would like to have a drink. Terry recalls a group of blokes in the late s who came in a tabletop truck. They parked the truck and got out their folding chairs and had an gallon keg.
Leanne Hall Remember getting in the boot to save money oh those were the days 23 June at Barbara Haddock Gann Lots of memories!! Ian Walton How many of you went there in the boot of a car, dusk till dawn R rated 23 June at Sharon Dal Broi Only 2 23 June at Ian Walton It was only a small car 23 June at Narelle Willcox We went to the skyline 23 June at Graham Reeves went there nearly every weekend, got thrown out a few times as well 23 June at Vicky Wallbank omg that was a long time ago but I still remember it..
Nick Flatman Golden memories Spent a number of trips in the boot 22 June at Nicolle Wilby Haha Nick I did too under blankets and stuff! Anthony Ayrz I remember it well,,,,, thought it was called Skyline….. I was about 7 when my parents took us there a few times….. Stephen Burke I did go there a few times. I did forget the name 23 June at Chris Townsend I remember it well. Drive-In great. Council sucked. Over the name 22 June at Eric Treuer I remember going there with my then-girlfriend and stopped in shock when I saw the name of the Drive-in.
I wish it was still there. Bill Russell Reason it was called gayline is that they lost their daughter at an early age Her name was Gay. Toni Lyall Baume We had a mattress in the back of the station wagon with the kids in their jammies. Susan Vale I remember watching one of the Star Wars films there.
I think it was a return of the Jedi. Robert Andersson Went there a hell of a lot. Matthew Frost Lisa Frost everything good was before our time. Rebecca Funnell Jill Funnell. Alison Russell That brings back memories I used to live behind the Drive-In it looks like the photo is taken from our old house which sadly has just been sold and will be knocked down but what fun we had there as kids and all the sneaky ways we had to get into the Drive-In. I loved the Drive-In.
Lauren Novella I remember sneaking in the boot just to save a few bucks!!!!! Who even watched the movies….. Sharon Land Memories remember Alison Russell when we had to go to the outdoor loo and if an R rated movie was on we were supervised outside my mum and dad lol. Back in the day you always got a backup film before the feature. Wayne McNamara Many mems…. Shane Sutcliffe I can just remember it as a 9-year-old before it closed.
Wayne Brennan Wow this sent some flashbacks off lol. Steve Gammage Remember it well, what u think Kerrie Gammage. Good times. Peter Thomas A fantastic place. Karenne Eccles Went there often in the 70s …. Lesley Cafarella this is where I met my husband Marc Cafarella 48 years ago …. Liz Jeffs Went all the time. Mike Attwood Brings back so many memories.
Dave Lutas Movie news!!! Vicki McGregor So many memories at the Gayline. Greg Mallitt Was a great place. Jane Walgers James. Graham Mackie Nat Kershaw. Cathie Patterson John Jones remember this. John Jones Sure do. Janelle Whittaker. Denise Charlton. We always went to that drive in with the kids, love it. We always had the Banana Fritters.
Kerrie Gammage. Dean Winship. Maria Gray. Steve Gammage. Janet Mcgilvray. Nothing but over crowded. Badly designed awful dog box housing estates there now grey and more grey yuck. Anne Watkins. When I was a kid, you could see the screen, looking over the paddocks, from the top of Doncaster Ave, Narellan. Just paddocks, what a memory. Chris Terry. Kim Girard. Kathy Anne Hunt. Kathy Anne Hunt omg I was so sick on them once. Chris Terry really. A collage of the former Clintons Motors car showroom.
The style building is influenced by Art Deco streamline detail to the exterior. I Willis, The year was a landmark in Australian motoring history with the launch of first Australian made mass produced motor car — the FX Holden sedan — in November. The National Museum of Australia states that. The Holden transformed suburban Australia, boosted national pride and quickly become a national icon. The car was economical, sturdy and stylish and was immediately popular with the public.
Clintons Motor promoted the new FX Holden motor car in The new car was highly anticipated by the Camden community. Camden News, 2 December Clinton Motors announced in September that it would sell the new Holden motor car Camden News, 23 September Camden News, 16 December The arrival of the new Holden as it was just called was highly anticipated by the Camden community.
Camden News , 16 December The former Clintons Motor building was an iconic stylish Art Deco Interwar influenced building with its clean streamlined appearance drawn from American and French influences. The business sold electrical goods as well as motor cars, accessories and tyres. S Rorke. A blue and white building with modernistic streamlined front and wide plate glass fittings. Inside, behind imposing doors set between giant white pillars, are to be seen a range of colourful displays that glistened beneath batteries of flourescent lights.
Big placards mounted on plastic coated display stands illustrate the advice which Goodyear gives motorists in obtaining tyres. Other plastic and glass tables hold an unexpectedly large variety of accessories for cars and trucks. Camden News, 18 March The new premises were constructed by Camden builder Jim Bracken on the former site of the Camden tweed mill which burnt down in and left a standing chimney for many years.
During the Interwar period the site was used a horse paddock. The new premises sold tyres, motor accessories and electrical goods including refrigerators. The cover of the sales brochure for the new Holden motor car in The new FX Holden created a great deal of excitement throughout the community on its release.
The former Clintons Motors showroom is one of the first buildings that visitors encounter as they enter the town centre after crossing the Cowpastures Bridge and the Nepean River floodplain on the former Hume Highway now Camden Valley Way. Clintons Motors at 16 Argyle Street Camden in The business was the Holden dealership for the Camden area.
The premises opened in Camden Images. The former car showroom is just one of a number of Interwar buildings that visitors can find in the charming town centre. There is the former Bank of New South Wales Westpac building, the brick front of the show hall pavilion, the Dunk building car showroom, the former Rural Bank building, the former Stuckey Bakery building, the milk depot.
Tucked around the corner is the former Paramount Movie palace and the Presbyterian church. Scattered in and around the town centre are a number of Californian bungalows which add to the atmospherics of the former country town. The Clinton group has a long history in the Macarthur region starting out a mobile theatre then moving into the Burragorang coalfields. In the s they had a transport business moving coal from the valley to the Camden and Narellan railhead.
The family incorporated the business in Clinton Motor Group and moved into Camden in February, Camden News, 21 February opening the new showroom in The business operated on this site until then moved to the former site of Frank Brooking car yard and motor dealership at the corner of Cawdor Road and Murray Streets.
Clintons Motors opened for business at its Narellan Hume Highway site in Camden News, 8 March Located in the upper reaches of the Williams River valley is the sleepy little town of Dungog nestled between the ridges that run through the town centre.
A picturesque country setting. The town is characterised by its wide streets, a legacy from the colonial days when it was necessary to be able to turn around a bullock wagon. An interesting and colourful collection of Colonial, Edwardian and Interwar buildings dot the town centre that make the commercial precinct of the town.
This postcard shows Dowling Street Dungog around The view today has many similarities with this picture. M Williams. The blacksmith was one of the key trades in Dungog as it was in most rural settlements in colonial Australia and in the homeland of rural England. The motor car made an appearance in the early 20 th century and the local blacksmiths turned their hand to car maintenance. Established in it replaced a blacksmith shop and has many features characteristic of the Interwar period.
There is street location of the petrol bowser and the rear workshop retains many features of the period. The Davey and Olsen garage is found at Dowling Street Dungog and is part of the 19 th century commercial precinct made up of traditional trades and services along Dowling Street. A view of the Davey and Olsen garage from the Interwar period. The building is incorporated into the building when the images are compared with each other.
The family business acquired the Ford dealership in and the garage grew to serve the growing number of car owners which was encouraged by the construction of the Chichester Dam op.
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