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'''Galaxy''' is a [[steel]] [[travelling]] [[roller coaster]]. It formerly operated at [[Codona's Amusement Park]] from 1987 or earlier until at least 1995 and possibly up to 1998. The ride was subsequently relocated to [[Loudoun Castle]] where it operated from 1999 to 2002. It was last believed to be travelling.
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[[File:Codona's 1977 newspaper clipping.jpg|thumb|left|An article on Codona's Amusement Park from 1977 which mentions the Galaxy]]
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'''Galaxy''' was a [[steel]] [[roller coaster]]. It formerly operated at [[Codona's Amusement Park]] from 1987 or earlier until at least 1995 and possibly up to 1998. The ride was subsequently relocated to [[Loudoun Castle]] where it operated from 1999 to 2002. It was last believed to be travelling.
  
 
A newspaper report from October 1977 quotes Alan Codona: "In the past seven months we have been negotiating for a new £100,000 Italian Big Dipper ride to replace the Wild Mouse".
 
A newspaper report from October 1977 quotes Alan Codona: "In the past seven months we have been negotiating for a new £100,000 Italian Big Dipper ride to replace the Wild Mouse".

Revision as of 00:31, 30 November 2019

roller coaster
Galaxy
UK.png
UK
Location Travelling
Status Unknown
Statistics
Manufacturer S.D.C.
Type Steel
Model / product Galaxi
Riders per train 8
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Inversions0
HELP
An article on Codona's Amusement Park from 1977 which mentions the Galaxy

Galaxy was a steel roller coaster. It formerly operated at Codona's Amusement Park from 1987 or earlier until at least 1995 and possibly up to 1998. The ride was subsequently relocated to Loudoun Castle where it operated from 1999 to 2002. It was last believed to be travelling.

A newspaper report from October 1977 quotes Alan Codona: "In the past seven months we have been negotiating for a new £100,000 Italian Big Dipper ride to replace the Wild Mouse".

Trains

2 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 8 riders per train.

External links

  • RCDB text.png
    Galaxy on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
  • A photograph thought to contain the Galaxy in the background