Runaway Coaster

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Runaway Coaster
Rotunda Amusement Park
Location Folkestone, Kent, England, UK
Coordinates 51°04′36″N 1°11′00″E / 51.076622°N 1.183236°E / 51.076622; 1.183236
Status Defunct
Operated 1997 to 2002
Unknown
Statistics
Type Wooden - Side Friction
Track layout Figure-8
Riders per train 4
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Inversions 0
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Runaway Coaster was a wooden side friction roller coaster previously located at Rotunda Amusement Park in Folkestone, Kent, England, UK.

History

The coaster was originally a travelling roller coaster in the Netherlands, these years and its former owner are unknown however. The ride was abandoned in a field and eventually found and refurbished by Rotunda's former owner, Jimmy Godden.

It last operated in 2002.[1] It was left on the site untill April 2007, in which it was demolished and scrapped.

Design

Elements

Colour scheme

Red track and white supports.

Trains

Single cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car.

References

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