Dragon Flyer

Not to be confused with Dragon Flier, the roller coaster at Dollywood.
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Dragon Flyer
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Camelot Theme Park
Location Chorley, Lancashire, England, UK
Status Defunct
Operated 1987 to 2 September 2012
Statistics
Manufacturer SDC
Product Dragoon
Type Steel - Family
Propulsion Engine within train
Inversions 0
Duration 2:20
HELP
Dragon Flyer train front.jpg

Dragon Flyer was a steel powered coaster built by Italian manufacturer SDC previously located at Camelot Theme Park in Chorley, Lancashire, England, UK. It had a large oval layout which runs the perimeter of the Knight's Valley section of the park.

The Dragon Flyer had a fuel-powered engine in the train itself and thus required a driver who occupied the first row. The ride was the same type as Dragon at Paradise of Dreams in Algeria.

Since the closure of the park, the track has been standing but not operating. The train has since been sent to Pleasureland Southport where it is used for decoration.

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