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The original Cleveland Euclid Beach carousel has been restored. To house it, a special round glass "jewel box" extension is being built as an addition to the WRHS History Center in Cleveland. The 1910 carousel will be spinning again by 2013. I have worked on this project for many years and dug the first shovelful of dirt at the ground-breaking ceremony on April 17, 2012. To learn more, visit

carousel horse with flowers














Photo: Western Reserve Historical Society


#1 Congratulations !Tobi97060 2012-04-19 14:22
Thank you so much for working to restore a carousel...caro usels have always been magical to me. Gorgeous, joyful...transp ort into fairy tales and legend for just a few minutes...

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