The sad end and fascinating legacy of Legend City.
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New! - "Thank You" sign from Saloon
The Iron Horse
"Ice Cream Parlour" sign
Arcade fortune telling amusement
Sign from Antique Car ride
Legend City potser, circa 1970
Sky ride car
Horse ride car
Saloon player piano
Printing press from Print Shop
Ice Cream Parlor dress
Lagoon paddle boat
Pretzel Ride car
Roll of unused admission tickets
Salvaged when park closed in 1983. Private collection.
Legend City was closed for the last time in 1983 and sold to the Salt River Project. The park was dismantled and then razed to the ground. SRP built an office complex on the site.
Currently in storage in a warehouse in El Paso, Texas.
This sign hung over the entrance to the Ice Cream Parlor for many years, and was painted over several times. Now in a private collection. See Wallace and Ladmo.
Now hanging in a bar and grill in Peoria, Arizona.
Now resting outside a bar and grill in Peoria, Arizona.
Now in Glendale, Arizona
Now in the Crandall Historical Printing Museum in Provo, Utah
1963. Private collection.
See Wallace and Ladmo page. Private collection.