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In 2002 the Parachute Jump was disassembled for a thorough structural rehabilitation and repainting. Sections of the Jump were placed in the parking lot of Keyspan Park for sand blasting, painting and member replacement. This photograph is looking...
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Thunderbolt Demolition
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Photograph copyright Abe Feinstein
In 1941, Robert Moses closed the Castle Clinton location of the New York Aquarium and, after an $11 million relocation process, the Aquarium re-opened in Coney Island in 1957. This picture was taken in October 1962 by Coney Island resident and...
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In 2002 the Parachute Jump was disassembled for a thorough structural rehabilitation and repainting. Sections of the Jump were placed in the parking lot of Keyspan Park for sand blasting, painting and member replacement. This photograph shows tower...
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Thunderbolt Demolition Parachute Jump is visible in the background.
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Looking up at the tracks
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In 2002 the Parachute Jump was disassembled for a thorough structural rehabilitation and repainting. Sections of the Jump were placed in the parking lot of Keyspan Park for sand blasting and painting. This photograph shows one of two large...
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Busy serving their customers
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