Convention Hall Boardwalk Asbury Park NJ

$7.89

Convention Hall Boardwalk Asbury Park NJ

  •  3,600-seat indoor exibition center
  • was built between 1928 and 1930 and is used for sports, concerts and other special events
  • In 1927, after a mysterious fire destroyed the 5th Avenue Arcade just east of Atlantic Square on the Boardwalk
  • On September 8, 1934, the cruise ship and was headed toward Convention Center
  • Ships name was Morro Castle 
  • It caught fire
  •  No living people were found on the ship and most of the decks and cabins were gutted by the massive fire. All told, 137 crew and passengers lost their lives in the disaster. Most of the victims either burned to death or died from smoke inhalation. Some victims’ remains were found on the open decks and in the cabins below
  • The Morro Castle remained on the sandbar throughout the fall and winter, spurring an economic boomlet for Asbury Park, which had been suffering from the effects of the Great depression

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