Beoland (Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia)

Removed, Operated from 2003 to 2006 or earlier

Roller Coaster · Steel · Sit Down · Thrill

Make: Schwarzkopf
Model: All Models / Jet Star 3 / Jumbo Jet


Relocations:Cedar Point as Jumbo Jet
Palace Playland as Jumbo Jet
Malmö Folkets Park as Jumbo Jet
Beoland as unknown
Dreamland as Jumbo Jet
Lift / Launch System:Electric Spiral Lift
Designer:Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Trains:3 trains with 2 cars per train. Riders are arranged inline in 6 rows for a total of 12 riders per train.
History:Wieland Schwarzkopf purchased the Jumbo Jet from Malmö Folkets Park and then rented it out to a park in Prague, Czech Republic for a year and then several years to a park in Poland.  In 2002, Wieland Schwarzkopf refurbished the Jumbo Jet prior to selling it to Beoland in 2003.  These years seem a little late based on the fact the park was originally supposed to open on May 1st, 2001.  In the spring of 2009, it was sold to a city park in Minsk, Belarus.

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