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|Rocket in 2022|
|Product||Mini Mega Coaster MM29|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Area||29 metres × 17 metres|
|Top speed||39.6 km/h|
The Rocket is a steel roller coaster currently located at Southport Pleasureland in Southport, Merseyside, England, UK. The ride was one of four known Mini Mega Coaster MM29 units produced, one of Pinfari's last designs before going out of business.
The coaster first opened in 2003 at Codona's Amusement Park in Aberdeen, Scotland. It operated until 2014, and was subsequently transported to Gulliver's Warrington. It reopened the following year. The spot where it once stood at Codona's is now occupied by the Dead Man's Drop Tower and a children's play park. At Gulliver's, the Crazy Train operated until an incident on 15 September 2018, after which it remained closed and was eventually dismantled. It has since been sent to Southport Pleasureland where it opened in 2021.
At Codona's and Gulliver's, Crazy Train was painted purple with yellow supports. Prior to opening at Southport Pleasureland, it was repainted red with grey supports.
Single train with 6 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, except for the front car which has a single row, for a total of 22 riders per train. Unlike other Mini Mega Coaster MM29 roller coasters, the Crazy Train has a minecart themed train.
On September 15, 2018, a wheel assembly became detached, causing the train to stall. No injuries were sustained and all passengers were evacuated by fire crews within approximately two hours. The ride did not operate following the incident and was ultimately dismantled the following year. Another Mini Mega Coaster, Python at Gulliver's Land, was also closed following the incident.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.