Founded in 1965, Fotomat was once a national chain of photo development drive-thru kiosks. Via clickamericana.com The kiosks were distinctive for their gold, pyramid-shaped roofs and red-lettered signs. Via flickr.com Fotomat offered the convenience of one-day photo development. Via forums.corvetteforum.com Another convenience was that they were typically located in the parking lots of supermarkets and strip malls, allowing for an easy drop-off and pick-up. Via Flickr: roadsidepictures At its peak in 1980 there were over 4,000 Fotomats throughout the U.S. But, with the advent of one-hour photo development, the company's main product (one-day development) was made obsolete. Via clickamericana.com Fotomat commercial from 1981: View this video on YouTube The company went completely out of business in September of 2009. Today the kiosks have been redeveloped for different uses, varying from watch repair shops to... Via Flickr: 31660989@N05 Locksmith shops.... Via Flickr: roadsidenut Cigarette stands.... Via Flickr: dreamyshade Coffee shops.... Via coffeemeister.blogspot.com And alterations shops. Via Flickr: roadsidenut While some sit abandoned. Via Flickr: 30860410@N07 RIP Fotomats. You live on in the photos you developed.