Blackpool's best roller coasters.

National Rollercoaster Day 2019: here are some of the best rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach

In honour of this year's National Rollercoaster Day (Friday, August 16) here is a rundown of some of the best rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.


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Reaches G forces of up to 4.5g and -1g. Opened in 1997 as as PlayStation: The Ride it was renamed in 2002 as ice Blast.

1. Ice Blast.

Reaches G forces of up to 4.5g and -1g. Opened in 1997 as as PlayStation: The Ride it was renamed in 2002 as ice Blast.
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Taking what had become a popular format in UK coasters, the Pleasure Beach gave it their own special flavour by siting Infusion over the site of the old log flume ' to make it the UK's first suspended looping coaster!

2. Infusion.

Taking what had become a popular format in UK coasters, the Pleasure Beach gave it their own special flavour by siting Infusion over the site of the old log flume ' to make it the UK's first suspended looping coaster!
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The UK's first 360 looping rollercoaster, which opened in 1979, launches from an'elevated station, does a loop-the-loop and then reverses back to its starting point.

3. Revolution.

The UK's first 360 looping rollercoaster, which opened in 1979, launches from an'elevated station, does a loop-the-loop and then reverses back to its starting point.
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Opened in 2000 it takes you a watery journey through ice, fire, wind and snow on Valhalla.

4. Valhalla.

Opened in 2000 it takes you a watery journey through ice, fire, wind and snow on Valhalla.
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