Photographic Print. Scary beast guarding entrance to Ghost Train fairground ride in Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
The vampire beast and the skull in the dark tower look as if this could have been a set for a 1960's Gothic horror film. This actually is the original Ghost train; the name Ghost train originates from this very ride as it was the first of its kind in the
world. In the 1920s, 'Pretzel rides' were becoming popular at amusement parks in the USA so Blackpool Pleasure Beach decided to buy one of these types of
dark rides. It opened in 1930 then was rebuilt in 1936 by the architect Joseph Emberton who then named the ride after the successful play at the time, The Ghost Train.
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Images printed at a Fuji approved professional laboratory on highest quality archive papers, Fuji Crystal or DP 2.
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