|New York Carousels (page 6)|
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|The Highland Park Carousel is an Allan Herschell that was installed here in 1925 after being moved from En-Joie Park in Endicott. There are 33 horses, as well as a pig and a dog. There is no organ.|
|West Endicott Park|
|The West Endicott Park Carousel is another Herschell, installed here in 1929. In addition to 34 horses, there is also a pig and a dog. There is no organ.|
|The Ross Park Carousel is another Herschell, installed here in 1920. It has four rows with 60 jumping horses and two chariots. There is no organ. There was a Carousel Museum nearby (building shown here) but the contents have been moved to the Roberson Museum.|
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