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Vintage Photos: Coney Island in the 1990s by Gregoire Alessandrini ...

In the NYC photographer Gregoire Alessandrini the deteriorating and deserted skeletal frame of a once-thriving Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park

One of the attractions at Luna Park, Coney Island, N.Y.

Eye on Culture: Postcards from Coney Island

Baby elephant visits women on the beach (Luna Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn, NYC)

Shooting the Chutes, 1899.  Sealion Park (Later to become Luna Park) Coney Island, New York.  NYPL

Shooting the Chutes, Sea Lion Park (Later to become Luna Park) Coney Island, New York.

The Fish Building at Dreamland, Coney Island, NY

The Fish Building at Dreamland, Coney Island, NY

Young at heart: A group of grandmothers rides the pigs on a carousel at Steeplechase Park, Coney Island; they call themselves the Grandmas' Night Out Club

From bathing beauties to pig-riding grandmothers: Stunning black and white photos show the changing landscape of Coney Island's many theme parks (but at least the food still tastes the same)

Young at heart: A group of grandmothers rides the pigs on a carousel at Steeplechase Park, Coney Island; they call themselves the Grandmas' Night Out Club

Midget City at Dreamland, Coney Island, New York. Dreamland operated from 1904-1911. An accidental fire broke out May 27, 1911 which completely devastated the entire park.

Midget City at Dreamland, Coney Island, New York. Dreamland operated from An accidental fire broke out May 1911 which completely devastated the entire park.

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Coney Island Photo Brooklyn Photography Burger Boy Red by frighten

Andreas Feininger, The Gyro Globe Coney Island, New York, 1949

Will She Throw Her Arms around Your Neck? Well, I Guess, Yes!

Witching Waves ride at Luna Park

Luna Park Entrance and other pictures. What happened to Luna Park? Elephant ride, witching waves, shooting the chutes

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Thoughts and selections from the Coney Island Museum

America's first roller coaster, The Switchback Railway, originally had the car's seating parallel to the track when it was first built in 1884, Coney Island, New York.

America's first roller coaster, The Switchback Railway, originally had the car's seating parallel to the track when it was first built in Coney Island, New York.

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