the historical importance this is still a ride of note. It's a very large
wooden roller coaster, that follows a simple formula of a drop, turning
around 180 degrees, then doing the next drop, then turning back around
before the next one. The most exciting drop has to be the second drop, not
only is it the largest, but it also sees you dropping in to the rides
support structure, meaning your enclosed left, right and above in a lattice
of wood, creating a very exciting drop.
drop may be best, but every drop delivers
on the fun and thrills, how well it delivers on the corners depends how fast
the brakeman takes them. If it's at it's best it's a highly thrilling ride,
even at a sedater pace it is still a good family coaster.
historical importance is enough to it on your must do list, even without
this though it's a great ride, worth planning a visit to the park for.