Superman: Tower of Power (Six Flags St. Louis)

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Superman: Tower of Power
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Six Flags St. Louis
Location Eureka, Missouri, USA
Status Defunct
Operated May 19, 2006 to 2021
Replaced by Catwoman Whip
Six Flags AstroWorld
Location Houston, Texas, USA
Operated May 30, 1997 to October 30, 2005
Statistics
Manufacturer Intamin
Product Giant Drop
Height 227 feet
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Superman: Tower of Power was a Drop Tower built by Swiss manufacturer Intamin formerly located at Six Flags St. Louis in Eureka, Missouri, USA.

History

The ride originally opened in May 30, 1997 at Six Flags AstroWorld as Dungeon Drop.[1]

Dungeon Drop closed down on October 30, 2005 along with Six Flags AstroWorld.[2] After the park's closure, it was moved to Six Flags St. Louis for the 2006 season. It was going to be named Acrophobia, but the plans were cancelled. Six Flags decided to choose the name Superman: Tower of Power instead.[3] The ride opened on May 19, 2006.

The attraction was shut down June 22, 2007 alongside other drop towers after a 13-year-old girl got her feet chopped off by a cable on Superman: Tower of Power at Kentucky Kingdom.[4]

The ride did not appear on the 2021 map.[5] It was demolished later that year.[6]

Catwoman Whip was built on the ride's former location.

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Articles on Six Flags St. Louis
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Articles on Six Flags AstroWorld