These shots were taken at what is now Possum Creek Preserve near Dayton. According to the park pamphlet, sometime in the 1920's, a local judge purchased around 400 acres and built a park which he named the Argonne Forest in honor of his WWI unit. It had a pool, midway, cabins, race tracks, baseball fields and more. But over the years attendance dwindled and the attractions abandoned. Today some remnants of the original park can still be found here and there.
Twisted remains of one of three street-cars that were used to transport visitors through the park back in it's glory days. Now All that's left are portions of the frame, but you can still make out the basic form of these old vehicles.