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Coney Island Cyclone, A Wooden Roller Coaster, In Brooklyn, New York.
The Coney Island Cyclone A Wooden Roller Coaster Operated By The Albert Family Since 1975
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The Most Famous Attraction In All Of Coney Island And One Of The Most Famous Roller Coasters In The World
A Bend Before A Plunge On The Coney Island Cyclone
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The Cyclone Lighting Board Is The Most Famous Attraction In All Of Coney Island
What Better Place To Get Some Cotton Candy And Then Go Ride The Coney Island Cyclone.
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Coney Island Cyclone Was Declared A New York City Landmark On July 12, 1988
View Of The Coney Island Cyclone From The Ground
Ready For A Roller Coaster Ride At The Coney Island Cyclone?
The Coney Island Cyclone The Over 80 Year Old Wooden Rollercoaster
The Classic Cyclone On Coney Island.  In 1927, It Cost You 25 Cents To Enjoy.
Thrill Seekers In Front Of The Historic Coney Island Cyclone.
It Is Worth The Wait To Ride The Coney Island Cyclone.
Riders Enjoy A Day At Coney Island By Riding The Cyclone
The Wooden Coney Island Cyclone.
Carnival Barker Stands Guard Over The Cyclone Ride At Coney Island
A Perfect Day To Ride The Legendary Coney Island Cyclone.
Busy Day To Catch The Coney Island Cyclone.
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Coney Island Cyclone From The Boardwalk
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Many Thrill Seekers Will Enjoy A Ride On The Famous Wooden Coney Island Cyclone.
Everyone Has Fun On Their Way To The Coney Island Cyclone.
A Side View Of Coney Island Cyclone
The Coney Island Cyclone, July 2, 1988 Was Declared A New York City Landmark.
Coney Island Cyclone From The Coney Island Amusement Park
The Coney Island Cyclone Is One Of The Most Exciting Roller coasters.
The New York Park Department, Owns The Coney Island Cyclone, Making It  A National Landmark In 1991
A Little Fun With A Lot Of History On The Coney Island Cyclone.
The Top Of The Coney Island Cyclone  The Classic Wooden Rollercoaster
The Historic Roller Coaster, The Cyclone In Coney Island Park Brooklyn New York
The Coney Island Cyclone, An Older Roller Coaster Made Of Wood In Brooklyn