Palace Amusements/Asbury Park, one step closer

Palace Amusements/Asbury Park, one step closer

Post by Ed Mc Inern » Sat, 21 Oct 2000 12:41:04


In the Newark Star Ledger today, an article appeared that said the Palace
Amu***ts Building has been designated a state historic landmark. This is
still very little protection, read the article to understand.

Once again I ask that the Coaster community add their voice to make this is
National Landmark. I am adding the link to the Ledger Article:

http://SportToday.org/

And this is the committee that has been working to save this place that many
have enjoyed

http://SportToday.org/

Thanks to all that have helped

ED

Just wondering what coasters will be built at the start of the Century and then
will be considered classics at the end of it. Oh well, I will never know
anyway.

 
 
 

Palace Amusements/Asbury Park, one step closer

Post by P L » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 04:00:00

The designation is nice, but it doesn't stop a private owner from doing what he/she
wants to do with the property.  Hopefully the property will be sold to someone who
wants to restore it as a seaside resort.

 
 
 

Palace Amusements/Asbury Park, one step closer

Post by Bill Stee » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> The designation is nice, but it doesn't stop a private owner from doing
what he/she
> wants to do with the property.  Hopefully the property will be sold to
someone who
> wants to restore it as a seaside resort.

Hopefully the property will be sold to someone who wants to restore Palace
Amu***ts! Are those photos of the current state of the inside, or are
they old? If current, the outside of the fun house seems quite intact; are
the innards still there?