Interlocking loops are an element consisting of two vertical loops that cross over each other, making a similar shape to that of links on a chain. Only two complete-circuit roller coasters have ever featured this element: Loch Ness Monster at Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Orient Express at Worlds of Fun. A third attraction also featured this element: Lightnin' Loops at Six Flags Great Adventure, however it was made up of two separate Launched Loops. After its close in 1998 the two tracks were separated and sent to Six Flags America as Python, where it closed in 1998 and Frontier City operating presently as Diamond Back. With the closing of Lightnin' Loops and Orient Express, Loch Ness Monster is the only remaining roller coaster with interlocking loops. All three rides were built by Arrow Dynamics.
|Loch Ness Monster||Busch Gardens Williamsburg||Arrow Dynamics||May 20, 1978||Operating|
|Orient Express||Worlds of Fun||Arrow Dynamics||1980||Closed in 2003|
|Lightnin' Loops||Six Flags Great Adventure||Arrow Dynamics||May 23, 1978||Closed in 1992|