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Aerial of Coney Island, 1950

Love Letter to New York: Classic LIFE Photos of the Big Apple

Aerial view of the crowded beach and pier at Coney Island, including the Parachute Jump amusement park ride (the tall structure at left), Brooklyn, 1951

Turo Park Barcelona, Spain: Witching Waves

Turo Park Barcelona, Spain: Witching Waves

Night in Luna Park

Night in Luna Park

Night in Luna Park, Coney Island - Luna Park, Coney Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Luna Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City, about  1905  Stereoscopic Card. Fires in 1944 destroyed Luna Park. It was not rebuilt

Luna Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City, about 1905 Stereoscopic Card. Fires in 1944 destroyed Luna Park. It was not rebuilt

Photo of Coney Island as seen from the parachute jump. The parachute jump was built for the 1939 New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, and moved to its current site, then part of the Steeplechase Park amusement park, in 1941. It is the only portion of Steeplechase Park still standing today. The ride ceased operations in 1968.

Authentic Coney Island Boardwalk reclaimed wood flooring NYC’s most famous playground, Coney.

Coney Island- Entrance to Dreamland Park

Vintage postcard: Coney Island - Entrance to Dreamland Park.

Spring is here!    Found this nice tree after a stroll in the neighborhood.

Found this nice tree after a stroll in the neighborhood.

The World Famous Coney Island hot-dog - Nathan's. (The first hotdog was sold at Coney Island)

Nathan's , Coney Island, NYC: The World's Most Famous Hotdog Stand - Pixdaus First one opened in 1916

12 November 1966: The last remaining building of the Steeplechase Amusement Park at Coney Island is demolished

12 November The last remaining building of the Steeplechase Amusement Park at Coney Island is demolished

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