Difference between pages "Revolution (Blackpool Pleasure Beach)" and "Dragon (Lakeside Amusement Park)"

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{{Infobox roller coaster
|Box title =Revolution
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|image=
|image =Video:Irn-Bru Revolution (Pleasure Beach Blackpool) - OnRide - (720p)
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|name=Dragon
|imagewidth =300
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|park=[[Lakeside Amusement Park]]
|Row 1 title =Park
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|location=Denver, Colorado, USA
|Row 1 info =[[Pleasure Beach Blackpool]]
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|country=USA
|Row 2 title =Location
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|status=[[Standing but not operating]]
|Row 2 info =Blackpool, England
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|opened=1989
|Row 3 title =Opened
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|closed=2008-2012
|Row 3 info =1979
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|cost=
|Row 4 title =Manufacturer
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|restriction=
|Row 4 info =[[Arrow Dynamics]]
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|manufacturer=[[Zamperla]]
|Row 5 title =Type
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|builder=
|Row 5 info =[[Shuttle]]
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|designer=
|Row 6 title =Height
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|category1=Steel
|Row 6 info =56 feet (17.1 Metres)
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|category2=Powered
|Row 7 title =Drop
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|category3=Family
|Row 7 info =47 feet (14.3 Metres)
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|category4=
|Row 8 title =Top speed
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|model=Powered Coaster (Twin Helix)
|Row 8 info =45 mph (72.4 km/h)
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|dimensions=
|Row 9 title =Length
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|riders/train=20
|Row 9 info =635 feet (193.5 Metres)
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|riders/hour=
|Row 10 title =Duration
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|lift/launch=
|Row 10 info =1:06
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|height=
|Row 11 title =Track [[Inversions]]
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|drop=
|Row 11 info =1
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|speed=
|Row 12 title =Rider [[Inversions]]
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|length=280
|Row 12 info =2
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|duration=
|Row 13 title =Steepest Drop
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|inversions=0
|Row 13 info =52°
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|angle=
|Row 14 title =Maximum [[G-Force]]
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|g-force=
|Row 14 info =4G
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|other=
 
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'''Revolution''' is an [[Arrow Dynamics]] [[shuttle]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Pleasure Beach Blackpool]] in Blackpool, England. It was Europe's first fully [[Inversions|inverting]] roller coaster. Until the introduction of [[Infusion]], it was the parks only looping coaster.
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'''Dragon''' is a [[Zamperla]] [[Kiddie Roller Coaster|kiddie]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Lakeside Amusement Park]] in Denver, Colorado.
==History==
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{{POV}}
Revolution opened in 1979 with red with white [[supports]]. In the 1990s Bru sponsored Revolution, renaming the ride "Irn-Bru Revolution" and repainting it orange with blue [[supports]]. This sponsorship deal ended in 2011, and all Irn-Bru branding was removed. It was repainted silver and was renamed simply "Revolution".
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==Design==
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[[Category:Zamperla]]
The ride features two raised platforms (one of wich is the [[station]]) and a [[vertical loop]]. The train is [[launched]] out of the [[station]] and through the [[vertical loop]], on to the second platform. The train is then launched backwards through the [[vertical loop]], reaches the station and the ride ends.
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[[Category:1989]]
*This [[Shuttle Loop Coaster]] is unique as it has a cantilevered [[Support|support structure]].
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[[Category:Powered Coaster (Twin Helix)]]
{{Pleasure Beach}}
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[[Category:Twin Helix]]
[[Category:Roller Coasters]]
 
[[Category:Arrow Dynamics]]
 
[[Category:Shuttle Roller Coasters]]
 
[[Category:Launched Roller Coasters]]
 
[[Category:1979]]
 
[[Category:Sit-Down Roller Coasters]]
 
[[Category:Launched Loop]]
 

Revision as of 21:50, 20 January 2013

Dragon
roller coaster
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Lakeside Amusement Park
Location Denver, Colorado, USA
Status Standing but not operating
Operated 1989 to 2008-2012
Statistics
Manufacturer Zamperla
Type Steel - Powered - Family
Model / product Powered Coaster (Twin Helix)
Riders per train 20
Length280 feet
Inversions0
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