Marvel at the mesmerizing sight of The Electric Tower illuminated against the night sky at Luna Park, Coney Island, New York in 1906. The tower stands tall, adorned with a symphony of vibrant lights that create a bright spectacle. Its brilliance and radiance serve as a beacon, drawing visitors into the magical world of Luna Park after sunset. This scene transports you to a bygone era, where the intertwining lights dance and twinkle, casting a spell of enchantment over the park and its delighted guests.
Luna Park opened in 1903 and operated until 1944. It was the second park of three (Steeplechase in 1897, Luna Park, and Dreamland in 1904). All were very large parks.