Blackpool Wild Mouse

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Blackpool Wild Mouse

Postby kevin » 18 Jan 2018, 12:43

FROM THE SUN

ALL GONE DOWNHILL Blackpool Pleasure Beach wooden roller coaster Wild Mouse has been demolished – 60 years after it launched
Wild Mouse was one of the last remaining four wooden Wild Mouse roller coasters in the world, but it has been taken down to make way for more modern rides
By Caroline McGuire, Digital Travel Editor
8th January 2018, 5:23 pmUpdated: 8th January 2018, 5:29 pm
ONE of Blackpool’s oldest rides has been demolished.

The wooden roller coaster known as Wild Mouse has been scrapped by Pleasure Beach bosses – 60 years after it first launched.

The wooden roller coaster known as Wild Mouse has been scrapped by Pleasure Beach bosses – 60 years after it first launched
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The wooden roller coaster known as Wild Mouse has been scrapped by Pleasure Beach bosses – 60 years after it first launched
It was designed by a man called Frank Wright and first opened in 1958
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It was designed by a man called Frank Wright and first opened in 1958
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Re: Blackpool Wild Mouse

Postby sparky2u » 01 Aug 2018, 15:41

This was such brutal news as the coaster should of been given Grade 2 listing so it could not of been destroyed. Why did BPB not give the coaster to another English park to love and look after.
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