More random images from New York, 1964 & 1965:
There's a whole lot going on in this neat panorama! In the center, right on the horizon, is the Unisphere. To its left is the T-shaped Port Authority building, and to its right is the rotunda of the Ford pavilion. In the lower left is the Schaefer Center, with its "air filled plastic roof". It served food and drinks, including Schaefer beer of course! In the lower right you can what had been a vacant lot in 1964; the lines for General Electric's "Progressland" (which included Walt Disney's "Carousel of Progress") had been so enormous that in 1965 the company leased the vacant lot and built those blue and white striped coverings to help protect guests from the elements.
This photo was probably taken from the Aerial Ride; it looks down upon a "wild mouse" roller coaster in the Amusement Zone. One of the little bug-like ride vehicles is maneuvering along the twisting track.
And why not finish with another look at some full-sized rocket models at the U.S. Space pavilion. These give you a good idea of how the space capsules fit atop these powerful machines