Study Collection

Photograph of the Drop the Dip ride Also known as Trip to the Moon, "this coaster, which was built from a dentist's model and constructed by Feucht, had oversize dips when it opened on June 6, 1907. Despite its small coaster structure, 450 x 65...
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Collection type: B/W photograph
Built in 1920, The Wonder Wheel is now an official NYC landmark
Wonder Wheel and Coney Island amusement district, looking west from the AstroTower.
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Thunderbolt Demolition Parachute Jump is visible in the background.
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Thunderbolt Demolition
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Thunderbolt Demolition
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Photograph of Parachute Jump lit up at night 03
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Photograph of Henderson's Walk includes Prospect Hotel, Nedick's, United Cigars and Stregis Cafeteria
Photograph of Henderson's Walk includes Prospect Hotel, Nedick's, United Cigars and Stregis Cafeteria
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Collection type: B/W photograph
Photograph of slurry pipelines
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Collection type: B/W photograph
In the early 1920's the Boardwalk was constructed and the beach expanded through filling. Many structures along the beach were torn down, and other formerly beach-front properties now found themselves several hundred feet inland. A few years after...
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Collection type: B/W photograph
Coney Island amusement district, looking west from the AstroTower. Stauch's Baths and the Wonder Wheel can be seen on the left. The Tornado and Thunderbolt roller coasters are visible as is the Bobsled ride and the Abe Stark Skating Rink.
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Collection type: Documentary photograph