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The Last waltz: Wonderland Gardens destroyed

What some Londoners who dropped by the site of Wonderland Gardens yesterday said about the storied dance hall and the fire that destroyed it.
Free Press staff   2005-08-31 02:05:06  

"In the 50s, 60s and 70s, it was just a fantastic spot. Everyone came here dancing and the restaurant was very nice. I hope the city will restore it and rebuild it, not just for older folks but for younger people, too." - John Yandreski

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