Circus / Amusement Parks
Circus Advertising Metal Signs A
Come one, come all to the greatest show on earth! Celebrate the circus heritage with C our colorful metal signs! Made of durable aluminum, each one displays purposely aged metal and paint. $ Includes mounting holes. 29.95 each
A: P.T. & J.A. – 12"x 18". B: Tiger & Horse – 12"x 18". C: Lion – 18"x 12".
#405967 #405966 #405965
Circus Train Adventure!
Hop aboard the mile-long Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus train for an incredible journey across America! Witness a variety of diesel locomotives, refurbished coaches from the inside and out, an elephant water stop, and famous locations such as Horseshoe Curve and the Feather River Canyon. 1 hr. 50 min. #RV9147 $29.95
Lost Circuses of Ohio
Hinds. The nineteenth century was the golden age of the circus in Ohio. Before the Ringling brothers became synonymous with the American circus, Cincinnati’s John Robinson and the Sells brothers of Columbus wowed audiences with daring equestrian feats and aerial exploits. Detailed accounts and stunning color inserts bring this fascinating piece of Ohio history back into the spotlight. 176 pages, 6"x 9", softcover.
Circus Train Units
A variety of wildly colorful HO scale units are featured in this assortment of quality models, together making up a nearly complete Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus train! In addition to their eye-catching branding, they also feature a realistic interior or load, separately applied detail parts, and – in the case of the F7A engine and coach – operating lighting.
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A: F7A Locomotive – 7" long. #401120 Reg: $115 $ B: Baggage Car – 5" long. #402610 Reg: $34.95 $ C: Stock Car w/Animated Horse – 5½" long. D: Gondola – 5½" long. E: Flat Car (Yellow) – 8" long.
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#405667 Reg: $39.95 $ #404252 Reg: $34.95 $ #405329 Reg: $44.95 $
Images of America Theme Parks
As American as baseball and fresh apple pie, theme parks hold a special place in the hearts of many. Invoking nostalgia and happy memories, enjoy these beautiful pictorial histories from Arcadia Publishing that detail some of the most well-known parks from around the country. 128 pages, approximately 200 B&W photographs, $ 6½"x 9¼", softcover. 22.95 each Libertyland – Stevenson. Nestled in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, the Libertyland theme park debuted on America's bicentennial: July 4, 1976. The quaint park celebrated the country’s history, heritage, and culture. This book examines the rise and local significance of this special place until its unfortunate demise in late 2005. #406755 Six Flags Great America – Wilson. Marriott's Six Flags Great America first opened in Gurnee, Illinois, on May 29, 1976, and since then has entertained more than 100 million guests. Located midway between Chicago and Milwaukee, read all about this cultural icon that has delighted families for over four decades.
#406756 Magic Mountain – McLaughlin. Deep in the foothills of Golden, Colorado, construction started on Magic Mountain just two years after Disneyland's opening season. Through never-before-seen photographs, Magic Mountain tells the exciting story of the first attempt in America to spread the Disneyland model. #406757
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay – McMorrow-Hernandez. When Busch Gardens Tampa Bay opened
in 1959, the Tampa, Florida, park became an immediate hit with locals and tourists alike. Over the decades, Busch Gardens has grown to become an internationally acclaimed and accredited zoological facility and world-renowned theme park. #406758
Skernick. Come celebrate the community, connection, and quirkiness of the American carnival. Stunning photographs capture the magic of the rides and games − and the carnies and clowns who make the carnival their home. 96 beautiful panoramic images allow you to see the fair as if you were standing there yourself. 128 pages, 9"x 6", hardcover. #406753 $16.95
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