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History of the roller coaster


The history of the roller coaster stretches back to ice slides constructed in 18th century Russia and spans all the way to the many and varied coasters of today.

Roller Coaster History


A Brief History of Roller Coasters. Russian Mountains. The roller coaster traces its origins to Russia, where wood-framed ice slides sent sledders down 70-foot ...

The History of the Roller Coaster - PBS


A Century of Screams: The History of the Roller Coaster illustration of coaster The roller coaster has its origins in St. Petersburg, Russia, as a simple slide that ...

Roller Coaster History - How Roller Coasters Work | HowStuffWorks


Roller coasters have a long, fascinating history. The direct ancestors of roller coasters were monumental ice slides -- long, steep wooden slides covered in ice,  ...

The Beginning | Roller Coaster History - Ultimate Rollercoaster


These slides first appeared during the 17th century throughout Russia, with a particular concentration in the area of in what would become St. Petersburg.

Roller Coaster History | History of Roller Coasters, Amusement Parks


Learn the history of the roller coaster in this series of articles on the invention, designers and roller coasters built through the years.

First roller coaster in America opens - Jun 16, 1884 - HISTORY.com


On this day in History, First roller coaster in America opens on Jun 16, 1884. Learn more about what happened today on History.

The History of the Roller Coaster - Infographic - AreaVibes


Infographic about the history of the roller coaster as well as interesting roller coaster records like: fastest, tallest, steepest and longest roller coasters.

History of the Roller Coaster - Kidzworld


Roller Coasters have had a long and bumpy ride to becoming the most well- known (and often feared!) amusement park attractions, whether they give you an  ...

Roller Coaster History


Turning Points in Roller Coaster History. The very first “roller coasters” were created in Russia in the 1600's, and were nothing like the typical roller coaster that ...