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One of Drayton Manor's most exhilarating attractions when it opened in 2004.
As we embark on our own adventures within these hallowed grounds, let us remember and celebrate the heritage that laid the foundation for the wonderland we revel in today.
Who remembers the Log Flume at Camelot?
The 90 foot tower of terror blasted passengers into space at a g-force of 3, before thrusting them back to ground level. Then, just when you think it's all over – you were shot back skywards again!
The Beastie was a jolly introduction to the world of rollercoasters at Alton Towers. It was just fast enough for kids to get a rush of excitement.
The Cyclone was a furious wooden coaster located at Pleasureland Southport that had you flying out of your seats on its many air-time filled drops.
Trauma Towers was a haunted attraction located at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
This exhilarating coaster took you on a thrilling ride up and down steep slopes before zooming round a seemingly endless number of twists with its 90 degree turns and quick pace.
One of the world’s most awesome rotary thrill rides and the only one installed in Europe. Sadly it was plagued with reliability issues!
What seemed to be an abandoned road soon revealed a much more horrific presence.
Who misses Carnival of Screams? did you venture inside?
Corkscrew at Alton Towers was a trailblazing roller coaster that captivated the hearts of theme park enthusiasts for nearly three decades. The first of its kind in the UK, it introduced countless visitors to the exhilarating world of looping roller coasters.
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