RiverView Park - Chicago
The Bobs, Flash, Silver Streak, Greyhound, Shoot the Chutes, was absolutely the best theme park in it's time. And yes i miss it with a passion. From a friend in the "past".
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Painted wood carousel horse from Riverview Park Carved by Leo Zoller, c. 1908 Riverview Park acquired its impressive five-row carousel in 1908, at a cost of $18K. thrilled visitors until the park closed in 1967. Mayor Robert Buehler purchased the carousel, The carousel sat in pieces in local basements until 1971, Buehler sold it to Six Flags keeping one horse for himself. added to the National Register of Historic Places, Buehler donated the last horse to the Chicago Historical Society.
The Bobs at Riverview Park in Chicago, Illinois is considered by some roller coaster enthusiasts to have been the ultimate wooden roller coaster. It was built in 1924. Lived near here until 1959.
PTC #17 - originally operating at Chicago's Riverview Park and currently at Six Flags Over Georgia. This carousel will be celebrating it's 100th birthday this year - 2013.
Chicago's Old Riverview Park
My folks came here when my mom was pregnant w/ me. Chicago's Riverview Amusement Park was one of the most popular and famous amusement parks ever. After thrilling patrons for 64 seasons, it quietly closed its gates in 1967 without even having a goodbye party.
I loved the roller coasters at Riverview Park in Chicago, posted via moonlightrainbow....
CHICAGO – RIVERVIEW AMUSEMENT PARK – CREATION – NIGHT – 1911 POSTCARD - CHICAGO - RIVERVIEW AMUSEMENT PARK - CREATION - NIGHT - 1911
Chicago used to have the World's Largest Amusement Park at Damen and Western called Riverview. The Bubble Bounce ride in 1955.
Entrance to RiverView Park
Couples riding a ferris wheel