Brooklyn Beach Resort
Address: Coney Island New York 11224 United States
Brooklyn's Coney Island, or the more dialectical term of Rabbit Island, became one of the city's leisure hotspots in the late 19th and early 20th Century, following the introduction of the Coney Island & Brooklyn Railroad streetcar line. Since then the area has been swamped by resorts and attractions, including the ever-famous Luna Park. Following the decline of World War II and the years of neglect the park endured after, the area has burst back into life and is home to Luna Park, the
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