Operating Roller Coasters (2)
Defunct Roller Coasters (13)
|Big Apple||Steel||Sit Down||Family||1982||9/5/2006|
|Circus Clown||Steel||Sit Down||Kiddie||1984 or earlier||1984 or later|
|Figure Eight||Wood||Sit Down||1908||1936|
|Junior Cyclone||Steel||Sit Down||Kiddie||1970s||1970s|
|King Solomon's Mines||Wood||Sit Down||Thrill||2000||9/5/2006|
|Looping Star||Steel||Sit Down||Extreme||1985||1987|
|Mad Mouse||Wood||Sit Down||Thrill||1983||1984|
|Mountain Caterpillar||Wood||Sit Down||1925||1941|
|Scenic Railway||Wood||Sit Down||1922||1941|
|Switchback Railway||Wood||Sit Down||1895|
|Former names:||New Pleasureland Southport (2007 to ?)|
Pleasureland Southport (1912 to 2006)
For the 1924 season the park was relocated to its current location along the beach.
The site continues to develop back into a traditional amusement park with a combination of park owned rides and rides provided by traveling showmen. Due to the fluid nature of the showmen provided rides, these will be omitted from the database while the park owned or year round roller coaster will be listed.
Owner / Operator
On 9/5/2006 Pleasureland Southport abruptly ended when owners Blackpool Pleasure Beach closed the park without prior notice. The Sefton Council now leases the site to Norman Wallis who previously used the Dreamstorm name, but appears to no longer use that name.