Horses from the original Allan Herschell carousel at FunTime USA have been stored since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and are ready to prance again at the amusement park, which is planning a comeback at U.S. 90 and Cowan Road in Gulfport. Rafe O’Neal, whose family operated the park for 27 years, is trying to raise money to rebuild.
Horses from the original Allan Herschell carousel at FunTime USA have been stored since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and are ready to prance again at the amusement park, which is planning a comeback at U.S. 90 and Cowan Road in Gulfport. Rafe O’Neal, whose family operated the park for 27 years, is trying to raise money to rebuild. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File
Horses from the original Allan Herschell carousel at FunTime USA have been stored since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and are ready to prance again at the amusement park, which is planning a comeback at U.S. 90 and Cowan Road in Gulfport. Rafe O’Neal, whose family operated the park for 27 years, is trying to raise money to rebuild. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File

Six Flags-style park planned for South Alabama; where’s ours?

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