They were made both by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company and The Allan Herschell Company. The rides first appeared in the 1950's in parks like Conneaut Lake Amusement Park, PA, Kiddieland in Melrose Park Illinois and Sandy Lake Amusement Park Carrollton, Texas. I have added a couple of pictures of different signs for this ride. When found the wooden letters were in rotted condition with many layers of what we call park paint. The original color was a bright yellow which is what we used to paint the wooden letters we cut out of wood from tracings of the old letters.
The inside was completely rewired for safe use and we replace the bulbs with LED bulbs. The opening on the bottom was also in very bad condition so we replaced it with a wooden cover. The paint on the tin "can" is as found so a yellow and a red. The sign is 80" long and 24" tall and 9 deep. The sign was mounted from the bottom by round poles, we have changed that so that it can be hung from above.You can see this and other amazing antiques in our large booth at Columbia Rivertowne Antique Center, Columbia, PA.