The former home of the colonel burger is no more. A demolition crew from Bettenson’s Sand and Gravel brought down what used to be the Peacock Inn Drive-In during the 1970s and most recently housed a Taco Time. The site along Gaetz Avenue North in Red Deer was levelled to make way for a new strip mall development. (Contributed photo)

The former home of the colonel burger is no more. A demolition crew from Bettenson’s Sand and Gravel brought down what used to be the Peacock Inn Drive-In during the 1970s and most recently housed a Taco Time. The site along Gaetz Avenue North in Red Deer was levelled to make way for a new strip mall development. (Contributed photo)

PHOTO: Good-bye to Red Deer’s former Peacock Inn Drive-In building

The former home of the colonel burger is no more.

A demolition crew from Bettenson’s Sand and Gravel brought down what used to be the Peacock Inn Drive-In during the 1970s and most recently housed a Taco Time.

The site along Gaetz Avenue North in Red Deer was levelled to make way for a new strip mall development.

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