Neighboring towns Reading Template. Richardson House Salem St. Four feet of frozen ground had to be blasted to lay foundations for the park -- craftsmen and twelve subcontractors worked for four months to complete the park, which included , yards of paving, one mile of water pipe, ten thousand feet of railroad tracks, seven thousand feet of fence, three thousand trees and one hundred acres of landscape. Podcast with Tim Callaway 34 minutes http: Views Read Edit View history. Check the tour schedule: This station building would ultimately burn down in a disastrous fire. On April Fool's Day, April 1, , one of the final death knells for the park was sounded with a fire alarm received at the Fire Station at
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In addition, he had numerous interviews with former performers, made several trips throughout New England and New York for contemporary photographs, and selected the images from the Adamo Collection that were taken by in house photographers during the construction and early seasons of Freedomland. Engineers removed and relocated , cubic yards of earth to create village roads and parks -- cubic yards of white sand created a beach. Pleasure Island was an amusement park located in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Product placement and branding played a part in some attractions, such as the Grist Mill which featured Pepperidge Farm products  and the Pepsi-Cola Diamond Lil Theater. For more information on Pleasure Island and this exciting new series please go to: Pleasure Island is now available at the following locations: Wakefield , Massachusetts, United States. Arcadia Publishing or www. This is a rain or shine event.
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The Wakefield Daily Item for the great coverage of events and posting historic photos throughout the year. Thank you to everyone who has donated photos or pieces of Pleasure Island, especially to Mr. We will be showing a new video slideshow of photos from all 3 of Bob's books on Pleasure Island, Freedomland, and Magic Mountain at the end of the tour. He has selected images from private collections and the Friends of Pleasure Island's archives to tell the story of Wakefield's own "Disneyland of the East". To everybody who attended our walking tours throughout the last 12 years. As principle author, Freedomland was completely written by Robert McLaughlin. Pleasure Island was an amusement park located in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Certain scenes from the film Charly were filmed at Pleasure Island. To celebrate Freedomland's 50 th anniversary, a book with over photos was released by Arcadia Publishing on May 31,
Description:Among the attractions were a Moby Dick Ride featuring an authentic Maine-made whaleboat , the Old Smoky Line featuring a ton narrow gauge steam locomotive , a Pirate Ride featuring bamboo-thatched pirate boats , Horseless Carriage Rides featuring four-seater models of the Cadillac , gold panning, stage coaches, and burro rides. Of the two building destroyed on that day, one was a local landmark -- the old Greenwood railroad depot, which had been moved to park ten years before. Richardson House Salem St. The church was not a friend to Heritage Square. Good luck on your upcoming book. Amusement parks in Massachusetts Defunct amusement parks in the United States establishments in Massachusetts disestablishments in Massachusetts Buildings and structures in Middlesex County, Massachusetts Wakefield, Massachusetts Amusement parks opened in Amusement parks closed in At its inception, it was the largest man-made tourist attraction in New England, expected to host over 1,,00 visitors each summer season. In addition to "Magic Mountain", Bob McLaughlin is currently writing a book about Heritage Square which operated at the Magic Mountain site until November 1, with the exception of a traditional amusement park whose lease runs to The Wakefield Daily Item for the great coverage of events and posting historic photos throughout the year.