New Hampshire Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks

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Park Canobie Lake Park
Opened 2011
Closed
Designed by
Built by Gerstlauer Amusement Rides GmbH
Type Euro-Fighter Model 320+
Length, Drop, Speed 1184.5\’, 72.2\’,43.5 mph
Modifications
Other Max Vertical Angle: 97 degrees

Elements:

Loop
Immelmann
Zero-G Roll

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Dragon

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Park Canobie Lake Park
Opened 1991
Closed
Designed by
Built by Zamperla
Type Steel,Family
Length, Drop, Speed \’, \’, mph
Modifications
Other

*Relocations:

Deno\’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park as Dragon

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Canobie Corkscrew

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Park Canobie Lake Park
Opened 1987
Closed
Designed by
Built by Arrow Dynamics
Type Corkscrew
Length, Drop, Speed \’, \’, mph
Modifications
Other

*Relocations:

Old Chicago as Chicago Loop
Alabama State Fairgrounds as Corkscrew

 

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Yankee Cannonball

\"\"This classic Schmeck out and back coaster is a wonderful ride.  The park has maintained this ride impeccably, keeping it in tip top shape.  The ride itself varies, as does any ride on a wooden coaster from year to year. The park realizes this and preserves it as well as any place can.  This coaster exemplifies early relocation and preservation efforts, and is perhaps the first coaster to be relocated anywhere.
ACE New England salutes Canobie Lake Park and its maintenance crew for maintaining and preserving this historic treasure.

Park Canobie Lake Park
Opened (1930-1935*) 1936
Closed
Designed by Herbert Paul Schmeck
Built by Frank F. Hoover (supervisor)
Type Wood, Sit Down, L Shaped out and back
Length, Drop, Speed 2000\’,  63\’ 6\”, 35 mph
Modifications each section was shortened 6\” when it was moved
Other 1954, Lift hill rebuilt because of Hurricane  Carol

* This coaster, Originally named \”Roller Coaster\” and operated at Lakewood Park, in Waterbury Connecticut for 5 years before being relocated to its current location.  To this day, you can still see some of the original footers at Lakewood Park.