MAP – Operating Historic Carousels – North America

September 1, 2014 
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Historic North American Locator – Operating Carousels Map

(UNDER RE-CONSTRUCTION)

CAN - 1906 C. W. ParkerMA - 1876 DareMA - 1928 PTC #85
Roseneath Merry-Go-Round
Visit: www.roseneathcarousel.com
Click here to search stories and photos of Roseneath MGR 
Martha's Vineyard Flying Horses
Visit: Flying Horses Online
Click here to search stories and photos of the MV Flying Horses
Paragon Carousel, Nantasket Beach
Visit: www.paragoncarousel.com
Click here to search stories on the Paragon Carousel
MD - 1921 Dentzel Deluxe MenagerieMN - 1914 PTC #33NH - 1890s Looff-Dentzel Mix
Glen Echo Park Carousel
Visit: www.glenechopark.org
Glen Echo carousel stories and photos.
Cafesjian's Carousel - Como Park
Visit: www.ourfaircarousel.org
Click to search stories and photos of PTC #33



Canoblie Lake Park
Visit :www.canobie.com
Click here to search stories and photos of Canboie Lake Park Carousel
NY - 1922 PTC #61RI - 1915 H-S/Illions Mix
Jane's Carousel [Idora Park]
Visit: www.janescarousel.com
Click here to search stories and photos of Jane's Carousel
Atlantic Beach Park
Visit: www.atlanticbeachpark.com
Click here to search stories and photos of Atlantic Beach Carousel

 Pegasus-gold-map-button-11800s-1929 -

These carousels are the hand-carved all wooden ones that we treasure the most.


Pegasus-red-map-button-11930-1960s -

Typically all portable machines. From metal to aluminum, then finally fiberglass.


Pegasus-blue-map-button-11960s – 1980s -

All fiberglass portables and larger stationary machines including double-deckers.


 Pegasus-green-map-button-11980s-Present -

A small handful of specialized companies (and a couple of cities and towns), begin building hand-carved wooden carousels again while fiberglass production continues to dominate.





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