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Childs Restaurant on the Boardwalk, constructed in 1924. Washington Baths is to the right. The scene is circa 1925.
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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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Photograph of Sea Gate beach houses
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Photograph of Stratton's Walk filled with various restaurants
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Dewey Albert (left) and his son Jerome (right)
The Alberts developed and owned the space-age-themed Astroland Park, which was located on the site of the former Feltman's Restaurant.
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Parachutes coming down from the Parachute Jump ride
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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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