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… that Luna Park in West Hartford, a popular attraction at the turn of the 20th century, was demolished in the 1930s to make way for a Pratt & Whitney factory and today a Home Depot resides on the spot.

The park, with its nickel admission price, offered up a Ferris wheel, miniature train ride, concession stands, and attractions such as the Palace of Fun and the Temple of Mirth.


The midway, circa 1908

The midway, circa 1908 – Connecticut Historical Society

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