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Roller coasters all over the world

Roller coasters all over the world. The T Express
The T Express. Roller coasters all over the world

Roller coasters all over the world
Developed for amusement parks and modern theme parks, the roller coasters, in fact, have a long history. During the 16th and 17th centuries, rides consisted of wooden sleds. Traditionally, they took riders down large slides made from ice were popular in Russia. However, the first roller coasters, with the train attached to a wooden track, first appeared in France in the early 1800s.

Meanwhile, the T Express is the first wooden roller coaster and the largest of any kind in South Korea. The T Express, in particular, is the 6th longest wooden coaster in the world at 5,838 feet long. Besides, world’s steepest wooden roller coaster (77 degrees). And the attraction time is 3min 00sec (the longest in Asia, and 7th in the world).
By the way, the worlds largest skate park in Shanghai, China, the SMP skate-park is now open.

Formula Rossa, the fastest roller coaster in the world
Formula Rossa, World’s Fastest roller coaster. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. Height 53 m (174 ft), drop 51.5 m (169 ft), and the length 2,200 m (7,200 ft). Max speed 240 km/h (150 mph), Inversions 0, and the duration 1:32

Roller coasters all over the world

The fastest roller coaster in the world – Formula Rossa
The fastest roller coaster in the world – Formula Rossa
Mumbo Jumbo – roller coaster opened to the public on 4 July 2009 at Flamingo Land Resort, UK. 98 feet (30 m) tall, features two inversions and a maximum G force of 4g
Mumbo Jumbo – roller coaster opened to the public on 4 July 2009 at Flamingo Land Resort, UK. 98 feet (30 m) tall, features two inversions and a maximum G force of 4g
Queensland, Australia. The Tower of Terror
Queensland, Australia. The Tower of Terror
The Tower of Terror II, steel shuttle roller coaster located at the Dreamworld amusement park on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
The Tower of Terror II, steel shuttle roller coaster located at the Dreamworld amusement park on the Gold Coast, Queensland
Colossus, the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world
Colossus, the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world
Thorpe Park in Surrey, England, UK – Colossus. Height 98 ft (30 m), Drop 95 ft (29 m), Length 2,789 ft (850 m), Max speed 45 mph (72 km/h), Inversions 10, Duration 1:45
Thorpe Park in Surrey, England, UK – Colossus. Height 98 ft (30 m), Drop 95 ft (29 m), Length 2,789 ft (850 m), Max speed 45 mph (72 km/h), Inversions 10, Duration 1:45
Colossus, the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world
Colossus, the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world
Prater Turm (Prater Tower
Prater Turm (Prater Tower)
Prater Turm (Prater Tower) in Vienna, Austria. The Star-flyer stands an 117 meters (383.86 ft.) tall at its peak – which happens to be a decorative clock
Prater Turm (Prater Tower) in Vienna, Austria. The Star-flyer stands an 117 meters (383.86 ft.) tall at its peak – which happens to be a decorative clock
Amazing Singapore Flyer, 5 m (16 ft) taller than the Star of Nanchang and 30 m (98 ft) taller than the London Eye
Amazing Singapore Flyer, 5 m (16 ft) taller than the Star of Nanchang and 30 m (98 ft) taller than the London Eye
Impressive Singapore Flyer
Impressive Singapore Flyer
It reaches 42 stories high, with a total height of 165 m (541 ft), making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. The Singapore Flyer
It reaches 42 stories high, with a total height of 165 m (541 ft), making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. The Singapore Flyer
A giant Ferris wheel – The Singapore Flyer
A giant Ferris wheel – The Singapore Flyer
The tallest Ferris wheel in the world – The Singapore Flyer
The tallest Ferris wheel in the world – The Singapore Flyer
American Eagle opened as the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world in 1981
American Eagle opened as the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world in 1981
El Toro, formerly the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world
El Toro, formerly the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world
Titled “Kilimanjaro” in Aquas Quentes Country Club, Brazil
Titled “Kilimanjaro” in Aquas Quentes Country Club, Brazil
Brazilian Kilimanjaro in Aquas Quentes Country Club
Brazilian Kilimanjaro in Aquas Quentes Country Club
Famous Kilimanjaro, Brazil
Famous Kilimanjaro, Brazil
Kingda Ka, the tallest roller coaster in the world
Kingda Ka, the tallest roller coaster in the world
Mean Streak opened as the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world in 1991
Mean Streak opened as the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world in 1991
Closeup Roller coaster
Closeup Roller coaster
Roller coasters all over the world
Express Roller coaster
Roller coasters all over the world
SMP skatepark
SMP skatepark
Photo of SMP skatepark
SMP skatepark
Visitors to SMP skatepark
Steel Dragon 2000, the longest roller coaster in the world
Steel Dragon 2000, the longest roller coaster in the world

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