of the most important things about this ride is the history. It's Britain's
oldest roller coaster, and is a monument to the time the working people of
Britain gained more spending power, and more travelling options, and a time
when Britain's unique seaside resort culture first developed. That's why I
think it's highly important this ride
is preserved for future generations.
Another reason is that it's not a bad ride either, history or no history.
One of less than 10 scenic railway wooden roller coasters left in the
world. It may not quite be of the level of some of the more modern up to
date rides, but it's still a fun and enjoyable family ride.