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Williams Grove Amusement Park

Williams Grove Amusement Park

Williams Grove Flea Market (formerly Williams Grove Amusement Park) 1550 Williams Grove Road Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Williams Grove Flea Market (formerly Williams Grove Amusement Park) 1550 Williams Grove Road Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Williams Grove Amusement Park Today | The Train ride runs through open areas of the park including a trip ...

Williams Grove Amusement Park Today | The Train ride runs through open areas of the park including a trip ...

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Williams Grove Amusement Park Today | 2000 John K. Maxwell Used with permission - all rights reserved

Williams Grove Amusement Park Today | 2000 John K. Maxwell Used with permission - all rights reserved

Pictures of William's Grove Amusement Park at RideZone

Pictures of William's Grove Amusement Park at RideZone

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williams grove amusement park - Google Search

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In its heyday, the Cyclone was something of a trailblazer, with a design that allowed it to reach top speeds of 65 mph. This seems a long-distant memory now. The roller coaster cars, now parked at the loading station, have an interesting history: they were once part of another Cyclone roller coaster – that of Palisades Amusement Park in Bergen County, NJ, which closed its doors in 1971 – but were recycled for use in Williams Grove Park, as indeed were other rides. Image: Tori Finlay

In its heyday, the Cyclone was something of a trailblazer, with a design that allowed it to reach top speeds of 65 mph. This seems a long-distant memory now. The roller coaster cars, now parked at the loading station, have an interesting history: they were once part of another Cyclone roller coaster – that of Palisades Amusement Park in Bergen County, NJ, which closed its doors in 1971 – but were recycled for use in Williams Grove Park, as indeed were other rides. Image: Tori Finlay

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