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Simpler times: This postcard depicts part of a roller coaster at the then-named Geauga Lake Park taken some time between 1930 and 1945; Its name changed to Six Flags in 2000 before subsequently reverting to its old name in 2004 until closing in 2007

Simpler times: This postcard depicts part of a roller coaster at the then-named Geauga Lake Park taken some time between 1930 and 1945; Its name changed to Six Flags in 2000 before subsequently reverting to its old name in 2004 until closing in 2007

7. The Big Dipper and The Corkscrew at Geauga Lake Amusement Park: circa early 1980s

What These Beloved Ohio Amusement Parks Looked Like 30 Years Ago Will Make You Feel Nostalgic

7. The Big Dipper and The Corkscrew at Geauga Lake Amusement Park: circa early 1980s

A Pershing tank tows a Cleveland-Berea bus south on Rocky River Drive during the 1950 Thanksgiving weekend snowstorm. The caption did not provide more information. The partly obscured sign behind the tank may indicate a Sohio station that once existed near Puritas.

A Pershing tank tows a Cleveland-Berea bus south on Rocky River Drive during the 1950 Thanksgiving weekend snowstorm. The caption did not provide more information. The partly obscured sign behind the tank may indicate a Sohio station that once existed near Puritas.

© Geauga Lake Today.  What happened to the world's largest theme park?

© Geauga Lake Today. What happened to the world's largest theme park?

5 Tragic Reasons Why the World's Largest Theme Park Stands Abandoned in Ohio | © Geauga Lake Today.

5 Tragic Reasons Why the World's Largest Theme Park Stands Abandoned in Ohio | © Geauga Lake Today.

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