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''Not to be confused with the "elevator lift" advertised on [[Millennium Force]].''
An '''elevator lift''' is a style of [[lift hill]] that operates in a fashion similar to an [[wikipedia:Elevator|elevator]] (or lift) by transporting an entire section of [[track]], with a [[train]], vertically.
An '''Elevator Lift''' is a style of [[lift hill]] that operates in a fashion similar to an [[wikipedia:Elevator|elevator]] (or lift) by transporting an entire section of [[track]] vertically.
 
The modern elevator lift was introduced by [[Caripro]] in the late 1990s. Caripro also created an elevator lift which could lift two cars on parallel tracks at the same time. In 1999, [[Mack Rides]] introduced [[Matterhorn Blitz]] at [[Europa Park]]. Matterhorn Blitz has an elevator lift which can lift two cars simultaneously on the same track.


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Revision as of 12:21, 12 February 2016

An elevator lift is a style of lift hill that operates in a fashion similar to an elevator (or lift) by transporting an entire section of track, with a train, vertically.

The modern elevator lift was introduced by Caripro in the late 1990s. Caripro also created an elevator lift which could lift two cars on parallel tracks at the same time. In 1999, Mack Rides introduced Matterhorn Blitz at Europa Park. Matterhorn Blitz has an elevator lift which can lift two cars simultaneously on the same track.


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