Like most places at Coney, the beach was important to Steeplechase. You can see the park’s logo “The Funny Place” on the placards along the boardwalk.
The Steeplechase Pier was a docking location for steamships from New York. The postcard on the left shows the undulating hills of the Steeplechase Ride and the second is looking south out into the Atlantic.
This view, dated in 1939, is looking north towards Steeplechase Park. The Flying Turns, shown on the right, ran from 1934-1939 at this location.
The Steeplechase Pier in the winter of 2003.