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The loading platform for Disaster Transport

An enclosed roller coaster is one which is built inside a structure intended solely for the ride. Often, the structure has a theme or houses special effects. Enclosed roller coasters are often ridden in almost or complete darkness.

Enclosed roller coasters are easily confused with indoor roller coasters. Enclosed roller coasters are housed in a building built specifically for the ride, whereas indoor roller coasters are housed in a building unrelated to the ride.

While most enclosed roller coasters operate in the rain like Dark Knight at Six Flags Great America, one of the only one to not operate in the rain is Disaster Transport at Cedar Point.

Examples


Roller coaster types