Tri-Star

Tri-Star
Tide Traveler (Pleasurewood Hills) 2010 01.jpg
Tide Traveller at Pleasurewood Hills in 2010
Status Discontinued
Introduced 1977
Number built 5
Statistics
Manufacturer
 HUSS, Germany
Hourly capacity 1400
Capacity 42 per cycle
Height 17 metres

Tri-Star was a ride previously produced by German manufacturer HUSS.

Completed attractions

Name Park Country Opened Status Year manufactured
Ciudad Transformer
Formerly Trinado
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tristar
Parque Diversiones
Idlewild & SoakZone
Kennywood
Lagoon
Helmut Aigner
Costa Rica
USA
USA
USA
Germany
2008
1998
1992
1979
1977
Closed 2013
Closed 2006
Closed 1992
Closed 1990
Closed 1979
1977
Peroké
Formerly Sherwood's Revenge
Formerly Turbolift
Formerly Turbolift
Formerly Turbolift
Mer de Sable
Walibi World
Walibi Rhône-Alpes
Walibi Wavre
Michel Ropers
France
Netherlands
France
Belgium
Netherlands
2007
1994
1985
1978
1977
Operating
Closed 2006
Closed 1993
Closed 1984
Closed 1977
1977
Tide Traveller
Formerly Flamingo Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Pleasurewood Hills
Flamingo Land
Pleasure Island Family Theme Park
Alton Towers
Strates Shows
Raid
H. de Vries
UK
UK
UK
UK
USA
USA
Netherlands
2005
1995
1993
1991
1983
1980
1977
Closed 2017
Closed 2004
Closed 1994
Closed 1992
Closed 1990
Closed 1982
Closed 1977
1977
Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tri-Star
Formerly Tristar
Dreamland
Rotunda Amusement Park
Dreamland Margate
Walter Rick
Belarus
UK
UK
Germany
2000s
1996
1983
1977
Closed
Closed 2000
Closed 1995
Closed c.1980
1977
Tri-Star Riverside Amusement Park
USA
1987 or earlier Closed 1997 Unknown