PICTURE GALLERY: More lost Doncaster cinemas

They brought joy to thousands of Doncaster people for years - so we're taking a look back at some more of the town's lost cinemas.

Thursday, 10th March 2016, 8:44 am
Updated Thursday, 10th March 2016, 8:46 am
The Astra in Wheatley.
The Astra in Wheatley.

Our gallery yesterday of some of the area's lost pictures houses proved a big hit - so we've taken another dip into the archives to find some more nostalgic pictures.

From the town centre to Woodlands and Wheatley, all of these cinemas and theatres are long gone - but in some cases, the buildings which once housed silver screens remain.

The ABC in Cleveland Street in 1967.

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The ABC in Cleveland Street is still standing but has been disused for many years while others have bitten the dust in the name of progress.

And if you missed part one, you can catch up here

The Electra Palace theatre.
The Globe Picture House in Conisbrough.
The interior of Doncaster's Regal Cinema.
The Picture House and Billiard Hall in Woodlands - the building remains but has been closed as a cinema for many years.
The Don Cinema at the end of North Bridge later became a bingo hall
The fondly remembered Essoldo.
The formal opening of the Picture House in High Street, Doncaster was on 28 September 1914.
The ABC later became the Cannon Cinema.
The ABC in Cleveland Street in 1967.
The Electra Palace theatre.
The Globe Picture House in Conisbrough.
The interior of Doncaster's Regal Cinema.
The Picture House and Billiard Hall in Woodlands - the building remains but has been closed as a cinema for many years.
The Don Cinema at the end of North Bridge later became a bingo hall
The fondly remembered Essoldo.
The formal opening of the Picture House in High Street, Doncaster was on 28 September 1914.
The ABC later became the Cannon Cinema.