ArrangementSingle train with 2 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 4 rows for a total of 16 riders.
Built byPhiladelphia Toboggan Coasters, Inc.


Former namesBlue Streak ( to )
Former statusSBNO from to
Operated from to


In 1972 the Blue Streak was damaged by Hurricane Agnes. It remained closed for several years as it was rebuilt entirely in-house. A new red train from PTC replaced the old blue train and the roller coaster was renamed the Red Streaker.
Dave Pickstone purchased the Red Streaker at auction and began dismantling it in the summer of 1994. He was not fast enough for Silver Springs Township, though, who had purchased the land for a township park and, unfortunately, was forced to burn most of the structure. Some of the ride is still in storage in Carlisle, PA.
It has been suggested the Blue Streak was a relocation of the Flying Cloud at White Rose Park (York, Pennsylvania, USA). The layout of these two coasters are rather different and if there is a connection, it's thought the Flying Cloud was used for materials.


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