Long Island, New York, The Long Beach Boardwalk, c1911

In 1880, Austin Corbin partnered with the Long Island Rail Road to lay tracks to his oceanfront development at Long Beach. Corbin�s venture was a success, but it wasn�t until William Reynolds began investing in the area in 1906 that Long Beach blossomed into a destination resort town. Reynolds dredged a channel to receive large cruise ships, established a theatre company, and constucted a boardwalk that featured a pavilion for outdoor concerts.

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Long Island, New York, The Long Beach Boardwalk, c1911

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