Monday, November 23, 2020

Kansas City Electric Park Remembered

Check this reflection on the distant past which helps illuminate our way forward this morning . . .

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Delights Of Decades Past - Electric Park

A 1937 ad for Stine & McClure (yes, the undertakers - nostalgia sells) perhaps said it best: "No one who ever rode on the 'loop-the-loop' will ever forget the glamour of old Electric Park at Guinotte and Agnes Avenues.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ahh, the good old days ... when really nice areas of town didn't get ruined by people who didn't want anyone else to have a nice area.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. Time to die.

MDSF said...

...As I understand, there were statues that rose up from the water and were lit from lights underneath.....looked like the Plaza but all white lights.....way-cool!

Anonymous said...

8:25, take a national popularity poll. I assure you boomers are much more appreciated and respected than your lazy, annoying generation will ever be. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Ah the good old days . Ungrounded wires in water and no ground fault interrupted. And no worries of law suits. Man those were the days. Let um fry.