NAPHA172[Magazine Vol.29/No.4: 2007. 22x28cm − 20 Pages − Many B&W photos]. Chapter Points: New Jersey’s Clementon Park 1907−2007…; Haunting memories (photos: Springlake Amusement Park’s “Galaxie” in 1980 and Paragon Park’s “Kooky Kastle” in 1978). An evolving view of early North American roller coasters (including roller coaster patents: Taylor =1872, and Knudsen =1878, Yearick, Stoddard and Terwilliger, etc…). Riverview Park in Chicago closed 40 years ago in 1967. Paradise Park and Rye Beach Pleasure Park (two Rye, New York parks demolished in 1927 +the Blue Streak and Kentucky Thoroughbred roller coasters). Rock Springs Park in West Virginia: their wooden roller coasters =Figure 8/Toboggan, Scenic Railway, Leap The Dips, and Cyclone. NAPHA visits England: Chessington World of Adventures, Lightwater Valley, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Pleasureland Southport, and Frontierland Morecambe. Coney Island’s Steeplechase Park fire of 28 July, 1907. [Front cover: Clementon Park’s Jack Rabbit in the 1940s. Back cover: Clementon Park’s Jack Rabbit in 1983]. [visit NAPHA]