|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on May 22, 2012 at 11:30 AM||comments (5)|
Well they will be making homes on the land of Lincoln Park. They have started clearing the land even more and are currently leaving what remaining structures are there intact for a possible public open house.
For the best up to date information please join Lincoln Park on FB where members are posting pictures of the clearing of the land and information.
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|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on June 6, 2009 at 7:20 AM||comments (0)|
I've added a few more videos that I created to the video page. These include a video I created about the Comet last October as well as a video I created this year with a song by the band Linkin Park. They are named after Lincoln Park in CA.
There is also a video called "Walk Right In" that I made last week. I felt it was about time I made a video that wasn't so depressing.
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|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on May 27, 2009 at 5:02 PM||comments (1)|
Thanks so much to Ray DiPirro for sending me some amazing photos of some of his trips to Lincoln Park several years ago. Ray has his own photo album in the Photo Gallery.
I've also uploaded photos from the Lincoln Park Brochure that I own. They have been placed into the "Later Photos" album.
You'll also notice a Petition has been created as well as a page about working to "Keep the Park in Lincoln Park" Any help is greatly appreciated.
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|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on May 22, 2009 at 8:14 PM||comments (0)|
If you are on facebook, please think about joining "Friends of Lincoln Park"
Share your memories, photos and more!
120 members and growing!
|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on May 15, 2009 at 11:16 PM||comments (3)|
On May 14 or 15th the entire back portion of the Comet (photo in my banner above) collapsed. The wreckage is massive. Most of it collapsed inward onto itself and only a little has fallen out onto the parking lot. Amazingly the chain link fence survived.
The Comet was in decent shape despite it's age and the condition it has been left in, however I believe now there is no chance of salvaging it. Far too much has been lost.
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|Posted by lincolnparkdartmouth on May 13, 2009 at 4:46 PM||comments (1)|
I decided to create a new site for Lincoln Park, separate from my personal site. I'll have more room here to add photos and videos as time allows. I'm continuing to purchase LP items and will keep adding them to the website.
I've received some lovely photos of families enjoying themselves at Lincoln Park over the years. Please continue to send these to me and be sure to let me know how you would like to be credited for them.