Roller Coaster (Coney Park)

Roller coaster in Jamaica
Flying Dutchman
Coney Park
Location Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
Status Unknown
Operated 1989 to ?
Dorney Park
Location Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
Operated 1977 to 1988
Manufacturer Pinfari
Product Z78
Type Steel
Riders per train 4
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Inversions 0

Roller Coaster was a steel roller coaster which operated at Dorney Park in Pennsylvania, USA and subsequently at Coney Park in Jamaica.

The ride opened at Dorney Park in 1977 as Flying Dutchman.[1] After operating at Dorney Park, it was sold to Coney Park in Jamaica which opened in 1989.[2][3] The name "Roller Coaster" is assumed, the actual name is not known at this time.


The ride had red track and white supports.


Single cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car. The cars were designed to mimic the Ford Mustang of the late 60's.[4]


Pictures of the ride at Dorney Park.


  1. "Dorney Park adding amusements and sprucing up its image". The Morning Call.
  2. "Amusement Park at Ferry...on time". Kingston Gleaner.
  3. "Coney Park opens today". Kingston Gleaner.
  4. Flying Dutchman question on operation - Dorney Park Online

External links

Articles on Dorney Park