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The Space Needle104 viewsThe Space Needle is located at Seattle Center. That’s an apt description of where we are: the center of Seattle. Whatever your interests—theatre, ballet, opera, professional sports, rock ‘n’ roll history, roller coasters, science, movies, shopping, exploring or just plain walking around—the city unfurls from the Space Needle.

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89 viewsSummers and Dinn Corp. wooden roller coaster, whose design is a mirror image of the Coney Island Cyclone, with some minor differences.
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90 viewsAn Anton Schwarzkopf shuttle loop roller coaster, moved from Six Flags Great America, moved to Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
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101 viewsSix Flags Over Georgia, like most amusement parks, prides itself on its roller coaster collection. With the arrival of Goliath on April 1, 2006, it became only the third amusement park (after Six Flags Great America and Six Flags Great Adventure) to operate four coasters from the design firm Bolliger & Mabillard. Six Flags Magic Mountain became the fourth park to do so when it opened Tatsu five weeks later.

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93 viewsSix Flags Over Georgia, like most amusement parks, prides itself on its roller coaster collection. With the arrival of Goliath on April 1, 2006, it became only the third amusement park (after Six Flags Great America and Six Flags Great Adventure) to operate four coasters from the design firm Bolliger & Mabillard. Six Flags Magic Mountain became the fourth park to do so when it opened Tatsu five weeks later.

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91 viewsAside from the roller coasters, Six Flags Over Georgia maintains a large number of other rides and attractions. Two attractions of note are Acrophobia, installed in 2001 as the world's first "floorless" freefall tower ride, and the Riverview Carousel, one of only three remaining five-abreast carousels known to exist and a member of the National Register of Historic Places. A new water park structure ride called Skull Island opened in the Summer of 2005.

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82 viewsAside from the roller coasters, Six Flags Over Georgia maintains a large number of other rides and attractions. Two attractions of note are Acrophobia, installed in 2001 as the world's first "floorless" freefall tower ride, and the Riverview Carousel, one of only three remaining five-abreast carousels known to exist and a member of the National Register of Historic Places. A new water park structure ride called Skull Island opened in the Summer of 2005.
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95 viewsAside from the roller coasters, Six Flags Over Georgia maintains a large number of other rides and attractions. Two attractions of note are Acrophobia, installed in 2001 as the world's first "floorless" freefall tower ride, and the Riverview Carousel, one of only three remaining five-abreast carousels known to exist and a member of the National Register of Historic Places. A new water park structure ride called Skull Island opened in the Summer of 2005.

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99 viewsArrow Dynamics steel "mine train" roller coaster. The original design was a wood supporting structure with steel tubular rails; now, much of the wood is ornamental.
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Six Flags over Georgia93 viewsAn Arrow Dynamics mini mine train kiddie roller coaster, was also named Yahoola Hooler for a short time.
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Six Flags over Georgia101 viewsAn Arrow Dynamics mini mine train kiddie roller coaster, was also named Yahoola Hooler for a short time.
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Six Flags over Georgia98 viewsAn Arrow Dynamics mini mine train kiddie roller coaster, was also named Yahoola Hooler for a short time.
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