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View of the Crowd from the Parachute ride Coney Island, 1959

Parachutists on the thrill jump at Steeplechase Park look down on the holiday throng of some estimated sun-seekers. AP Photo, July via HRC

1 July 1962: The view from the Parachute Jump at Steeplechase Park shows crowds on the beach, the boardwalk and amusement area at Coney Island

LunaPark Coney Island 1 July The view from the Parachute Jump at Steeplechase Park shows crowds on the beach, the boardwalk and amusement area at Coney Island

Girls on the Parachute Jump, 1955

Parachute Jump, Coney Island, Walked down there many times!

The Old Mill Ride Coney island Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

The Old Mill Ride Coney island Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

The Old Mill Ride Coney island Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo

Luna Park, Coney Island, New York, c. 1922

luna park, coney island, new york, 1922

Weegee, Luna Park, Coney Island, completely destroyed by fire and never rebuilt

Steeplechase Amusement Park Fire, Coney Island 1939 ~j

Coney Island View, New York, New York, c.1957 Photographic Print at Art.com

Coney Island View, New York, New York, c.1957

Coney Island View, New York, 1957 .

Sunbathers on the beach at Coney Island in in 1953, with the ferris whell and Cyclone roller coaster in the background.

PHOTOS: Coney Island Cyclone turns 85

Sunbathers Beach At Coney Island In With Ferris Whell Cyclone Roller Coaster Background, NYC.

The Steeplechase ride at Steeplechase Park.

Steeplechase ride - Steeplechase Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

4/1/1934-New York, NY-: Coney Island, one of the city's most popular seaside resorts, which brought much cheer to the hearts of concession owners. Shown above is a group of people thrilling to the dips on the roller coaster

Still a scream after all these years: Coney Island's historic Cyclone roller coaster celebrates 85 years of its 2,640 feet of wooden track, 12 drops and 27 elevation changes

York, NY-: Coney Island, one of the city's most popular seaside resorts, which brought much cheer to the hearts of concession owners. Shown above is a group of people thrilling to the dips on the roller coaster

Coney Island Boardwalk, under construction, looking East from Martinos Bath, July 21, 1922. Photo by Edward E. Rutter

Coney Island Boardwalk, under construction, looking East from Martinos Bath, July Photo by Edward E.

Luna Park, Coney Island c. 1917.  Source: NYPL

The Common-place Book of the Mercurius Aulicus, a Reactionary Tory Gentleman, who armed only with a.

Entrance to Dreamland Amusement Park at Coney Island

Eugene Wemlinger Entrance to Dreamland, Coney Island 1908

Coney Island - Second Steeplechase Park (1908 - 1964).

Coney Island - Second Steeplechase Park -

Coney Island, Luna Park and Surf Avenue, 1912, by Vintage Editions

Coney Island, Luna Park and Surf Avenue, 1912

Coney Island, Luna Park and Surf Avenue, 1912, by Vintage Editions

Luna Park - Coney Island

Black and White photo of the new Luna Park

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