Flying Ponies


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Flying Ponies

Built in 1903 by the Herschell Spillman Company, the 'Flying Ponies' ride was Euclid Beach's second carousel. The horses on the ride were suspended from above, allowing them to swing out as the carousel turned. A unique feature of this particular carousel was that the entire machine was installed at a 10 degree angle, making the ride a bit more exciting as it revolved. The Flying Ponies operated at Euclid Beach Park until 1949.

Image courtesy of Euclid Beach Park Now


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