A brilliant follow on from Teagan Riordain Genevienes’ Places in our Memories, on my blog this week
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Pearl, Lulu, Rose, & Bot in “Sideways” Atlantic City, by Teagan R Geneviene. The clown’s mouth is actually a doorway!
Earlier this week, author Judith Barrow shared a post she invited me to do for her blog series, “Places in Our Memories.” Her questions about personal recollections somehow brought to mind old amusement parks. That, of course, made me think of Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure, and the very strange amusement park from the story. For me, Judith’s series is a door to memory. So here are some doors related to old amusement parks.
The arched entry to this amusement park tower makes me feel like it could go anywhere, and even the sky is not the limit.
The lagoon and tower at Dreamland Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, 1907. View looing northerly. Wikipedia
“In the United States, trolley parks, which started in…
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