Aerodrome

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    The Aerodrome was a nightclub located at 1588 State Street in Schenectady, New York.

    The Aerodrome was established in 1967 by Jack Rubin of Chicago. The building was originally a 32-lane bowling alley named 'Woodlawn Lanes', which was converted by Rubin into a music venue. Its capacity was approximately 3,000 people. Because of ill-health, Rubin closed the Aerodrome in 1972, and it was demolished. (Wikipedia)

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    1588 State Street
    Schenectady, NY
    United States
    Street:1588 State Street
    City:Schenectady
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    State/Province:NY
    Country:United States

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Submitted by srapallo on Thu, 09/20/2007 - 09:35

 

The Aerodrome was a nightclub located at 1588 State Street in Schenectady, New York.

The Aerodrome was established in 1967 by Jack Rubin of Chicago. The building was originally a 32-lane bowling alley named 'Woodlawn Lanes', which was converted by Rubin into a music venue. Its capacity was approximately 3,000 people. Because of ill-health, Rubin closed the Aerodrome in 1972, and it was demolished. (Wikipedia)

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<p>&nbsp;</p><p>The Aerodrome was a nightclub located at 1588 State Street in Schenectady, New York.<br /><br />The Aerodrome was established in 1967 by Jack Rubin of Chicago. The building was originally a 32-lane bowling alley named &#39;Woodlawn Lanes&#
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