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|The train travelling through the double corkscrew element.|
|Riders per train||24|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
The roller coaster first opened in 1975 as Chicago Loop with the indoor shopping center and amusement park Old Chicago in Illinois. The coaster operated for five years until 1980. The coaster then moved to Alabama State Fairgrounds in Alabama from 1982 to 1986.
For the 1987 season, the coaster was relocated to Canobie Lake Park in New Hampshire.
In 2021, Canobie Lake Park announced that the closure of Canobie Corkscrew would be permanent. The replacement is not yet known.
Riders made a right out of the station and began ascending the 73 foot chain lift hill. A banked turn lead to the right, and then a single drop, followed by a 180 degree banked turn, which lead into the double corkscrew element and then a turn back into the station.
Canobie Lake Park
A sky blue track and silver supports, used to be a yellow track and black supports.
Old Chicago & Alabama State Fairgrounds
A white track and supports, the coaster also used this color scheme when at Alabama State Fairgrounds.
- "Chicago Loop", Chicago Tribune (17 August 17, 1975), pp. 140. Retrieved on November 13, 2020.
- "Canobie Lake Park verwijdert looping coaster Canobie Corkscrew". https://themeparkfreaks.eu/2021/11/canobie-lake-park-verwijdert-looping-coaster-canobie-corkscrew/.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.