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Happier times at Lincoln Park

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  July 11, 2012 01:51 PM

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The final link to the historic Lincoln Park was demolished Wednesday, when wrecking crews began to tear down the wooden "Comet" roller coaster which had graced the Dartmouth grounds since the 1940's. Lincoln Park may have closed 25 years ago, but it was still a nostalgic moment for those of us who frequented the park in our youth.

Here's a look at the park in happier times, accompanied by "Walk Right In," the song that would greet guests at the gate.

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