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Facts:Bought from a park in Denmark (possibly Bakken) by Mr. Leo Lindblom for the Seitera's carnival in the late 1960's.  While this was designed to be a transportable roller coaster, it was not easy to relocate.  So it only operated twice in Turku in the early 1970s for major fairs.  It then operated at Neula's Amusement Park (former name of Särkänniemi Amusement Park) for the 1973 and 1974 seasons.
Etymology:"Pirun Kelkka" is Finnish for "Devil's Sled".
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