Apparently roller coaster has been around since centuries 18.Roller coaster called Russian Mountains specially constructed hills of ice, Saint Petersburg in the first 1784.Roller Coaster is made under the orders Russia's Catherine the Gardens of Oranienbaum.Ada insisted Grhe others who say that the roller The first coaster built by the French in 1812.
at 1827 company in Summit Hill, Pennsylvania built Mauch Chunk Gravity train down the hill as far as 14km Mauch Chunk Pennsylvania. this time known as the 1850's, Gravity Road is widely used by passengers to pay 50 cents to ride.
LaMarcus Thompson adna working at Gravity Switchback Railway opened coney island in brooklyn, New York on 1884. he making roller coaster ride can down. Pada 1886, Thompson patented his design of roller coster it.
In 1959, Disneyland theme park introduced a new design roller coasters and roller coaster is the first to use a track-shaped steel track using wood. and now use a pipe. at before roller coaster designs with different growing places entertaintment .at large, roller coaster be one of the most popular games for the sensation that can stimulate adrenaline.
Roller coaster is a form of the game that many of us have encountered at theme parks (amusement park). Almost in all the major theme parks, this dish can be a magnet to attract visitors, both "children" and adults.
This form of the game turned out to have a fairly long history. The principle of the game is already known in the 16th century, in Russia. Where in the winter, the frozen hillside to capitalize timber be a place to surf. In summer sled equipped with wheels. Then the idea was carried by Napoleon's troops to western Europe (France), until there is known as the "Montagnes Russes" (Russian Mountain).
Roller coaster first (construction number 8) that looks like this now opened in Coney Island (Brooklyn, New York, USA), in 1884, under the name "Gravity Pleasure Switch Back Railway".
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