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Curiosity Killed The Cat

My friend who was born and raised in Lancaster had been telling me about a nearby abandoned theme park for months that we had to visit when her schedule allowed and the weather was decent. The stars aligned a short while ago and off we went exploring...Unfortunately most of the park has been destroyed at this point. A decaying roller coaster that had been present a few years ago is gone now and only an old ticket booth and cars remained. The grounds were still quite beautiful if you like green spaces (I do) and you can imagine how different everything would have looked back in the day--not to mention how cheap it would have been for a ride! Even though it was not what we had hoped for it was still a fun adventure--I'd rather know what is there and have seen it for myself than continue to wonder.

17 comments:

Michael said...

Perfect ensemble, great location. God, I want that shirt.

Casey Bishop said...

Abandoned amusement parks are probably the neatest places.

Also I loooove your top!

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your shirt reminds me of october sky! i like those cat eye sunnies too

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Crystal Lee said...

The old amusement park is still pretty cool, even though there is little left of its original glory. I imagine there's all kinds of old cool things to explore in Lancaster. Happy adventuring.

Rebekah Bradford said...

This is a fantastic location!!! I just I just love abandoned places and theme parks especially. This make a great backdrop for photos. And I love your shirt as well :)

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Mitzi Cocoa said...

I love your adventures!

Velveteen Mint said...

Wow! I'm so jealous that you live around such awesome /unique locations. Cute outfit as always :)

TheMillionSuns said...

That place is just crazy! So cool! All we have in here is few abandoned houses!

BaronessVonVintage said...

WOW! What a location! You are a total living doll :)

Anny Barros said...

i adore the pics!

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andi said...

That's the sort of place we don't get in the UK - anywhere like that would have been re-developed as land is tight, but also pretty much everything metal would have been sold (or stolen) for scrap and it would have a 12' fence round it all to keep people out. Americans are really lucky to have all these cool abandonded sites in which to take great photos!

Shannon Willardson said...

Love the rocket tee!

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Natalie Suarez said...

so adorable babe! LOVE x

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Mani said...

Regardless, I still think that location looks amazing! In Australia there are hardly any abandoned parks of this kind, so that must be why I find it fascinating...

Jhan said...

I have been waiting for this post since you posted the pic of you sneaking in on Instagram. That place looks amazing. Do you have any other photos of the place to share, or was it really not that amazing?

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Jhan, there really isn't anything else at this place but woods. There is a second abandoned theme park I visited recently (pics next week) that has more interesting stuff to show.

Chelsea Elizabeth said...

Very cool! I think I might live right by this one if it's Rocky Springs! Have you ever checked out Williams Grove abandoned amusement park? That one has much more standing still!