ScrantonLunaPark[Book: Jack Hiddlestone – 1991 – 21x28cm – 36 Pages – Many B&W photos]. Scranton Luna Park (Scranton, Pennsylvania) is unquestionably the grandest and most complete amusement and recreational place between the great ocean resorts. It was built by Frederick Ingersoll of Pittsburgh at a cost of $300,000. To wander through this park is to meet constant novelty. There’s the roller coasters, the Chutes, the bands and dancers… This book is your invitation to take a trip back in time for a while, to a place you have only dreamed about! Chapter Points: Area Amusement Parks; Luna’s Birth; Luna’s Attractions; Transportation to Luna; Luna’s demise and the Ensuing Years; Additional Photos and Area Maps. ANDY SHINE’S RATING: Fair / Good.