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    1. Omalix 32 months ago | reply

      I love this! Great composition. Is that an old rollercoaster?

    2. TaraConklin 29 months ago | reply

      Beautiful story with this one Doug. May I ask where this was? -

    3. teacup18 25 months ago | reply

      I found the source! Your shot is all over Piccsy and Pinterest. Is it okay if I post it with a link to your Flickr stream and name? I love this shot. You captured nicely something that is easy to see with the eye but damned hard to capture with a camera. You got the beauty and the abandonment and the overall object all in one. I find that forever difficult.

    4. douglas.breault 25 months ago | reply

      Sure I would love it if you posted my name and link thank you very much I appreciate all of the positive feedback!

    5. passion4oldplaces 23 months ago | reply

      Wow, hard to imagine that people were actually riding on this thing at one time! This is an excellent shot!! Just awesome!

      Your photo is a wonderful example of
      Best of Abandoned Photography !



      Seen in Best of Abandoned (♥Add 1 - Award 2♥)

      Group for Creative Abandoned Photography

    6. danskrain 18 months ago | reply

      What place is this picture?

    7. Buzzbaybear aka Newbedmaguy 17 months ago | reply

      It Is (was) Lincoln Park North Dartmouth Ma. The Coaster (as it was called when I rode it) or "The Comet" as it became in legend (for it NEVER was called that) was built in 1940 and last ran in 1987. It stood abandoned for 25 years and was finally demolished July 11th of 2012) You can see this coaster on the Park's opening day of 1947 on youtube www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqFgsdfNCQw and 60 years later www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRz2-qcyRuU&feature=channel&a...

    8. pmelvlle3 9 months ago | reply

      Wow- beautiful!

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