Electric park

Photos of Jim Lewis' on exhibit at the Peale Museum...A Baltimore amusement park, circa 1911, from a glass negative.  Electric Park, located on 25 acres along West Belvedere Avenue, near <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603140000" title="Reisterstown" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/reisterstown-PLGEO100100603140000.topic">Reisterstown</a> road, boasted a dancing pavillion, clubhouse, casino, racetrack, and the wildly popular "Johnston Flood"  cyclorama exhibition. Open in 1896, Electric Park was razed for rowhouse development in 1916.    (copy photo/Hillery Smith.)
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( January 14, 1997 )

Photos of Jim Lewis' on exhibit at the Peale Museum...A Baltimore amusement park, circa 1911, from a glass negative. Electric Park, located on 25 acres along West Belvedere Avenue, near Reisterstown road, boasted a dancing pavillion, clubhouse, casino, racetrack, and the wildly popular "Johnston Flood" cyclorama exhibition. Open in 1896, Electric Park was razed for rowhouse development in 1916. (copy photo/Hillery Smith.)

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