The 13-24 Drive-In is one of a handful of drive-in theaters still operating in small towns in northern Indiana. It is located on State Road 13, north of US-24, just outside the small town of Wabash, Indiana.
I made this photograph of the theater's sign bank in November, after it had closed for the season. We get pretty harsh winters in this part of the United States, so the drive-ins are only open a few months in spring and summer each year. The marquee commented on the cold weather by simply saying:
The 13-24 is owned by the Honeywell Foundation, an arts organization in Wabash. They operate the drive-in as a nonprofit business to keep alive a part of the town's history.