Düsenspirale

Wiener Prater (Vienna, Vienna, Austria)

Removed, Operated from 1964 to 1968

Roller Coaster · Steel · Sit Down

Make: Schwarzkopf

Statistics

Length:1,049.8 ft
Height:27.9 ft
Inversions:0
Speed:24.9 mph

Details

Designer:Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Trains:6 cars. Riders are arranged inline in 4 rows for a total of 4 riders per car.
Location:Located in area "Nr. 145".
History:The Düsenspirale was built in 1957 and is the first roller coaster built by Anton Schwarzkopf.  It first traveled with the German showmen company Löffelhardt.  Anton's brother Franz Schwarzkopf toured with Löffelhardt to ensure proper build-up, operating and take-down of the roller coaster.  The ride then changed hands several times and made a stop by Prater Park.  It is believed the ride was eventually scrapped.

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Düsenspirale - Wiener Prater (Vienna, Vienna, Austria)

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Düsenspirale - Wiener Prater (Vienna, Vienna, Austria)