R.I.P Astroland, part II

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Click above to return to the first half of the photo gallery.

Almost there.

Easy does it. While many of the other rides were loaded into trucks and hauled away, the city’s Economic Development Corporation told the New York Times that they were in negotiations about a permanent home for the rocket.

Rocket in the front, Wonder Wheel in the back. As Curbed reported, the Coney Island History Project is the rocket’s most serious booster. It will sit in storage until the details are finalized.

Sent by Annaliese. Photos thanks to Ellery Samuels, via Flickr.

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