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|Idaho Centennial Carousel|
|The Idaho Centennial Carousel was built by the Spillman Engineering Company around 1926. This carousel started out as a traveling carnival machine. It was installed in Salt Lake City and Ogden, UT from 1947-1952. It was then moved to Rexburg. The carousel was restored in 1988 and reopened in 1990 in time for Idaho's centennial celebration. The chariots and twenty-six of the horses are original while twelve are new additions. The vintage Stinson organ operates with paper rolls.|
Other ID Carousels:
Silverwood Carousel (Athol)
|Main Carousels Page|
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