From 9,000 stores in 2004 to just one last hold-out today, Blockbuster has suffered under the hands of digital rentals and modern consumer habits. Located in the central Oregon city of Bend, Sandi Harding’s Blockbuster isn’t just there for pictures—she’s actually renting out films. She insists that not so much has changed, saying “IBM computers are running the same floppy disks from the 1990s,” according to the Washington Post. The novelty factor has led to an uptick in traffic of late but most of Harding’s customers are loyal regulars. You can read more about the store, and the shrinking of the behemoth chain, at the Washington Post.
The Last Blockbuster Video Store in America