A traditional wooden rollercoaster is undoubtedly the star attraction at the Pleasure Beach.
It opened in 1932, and visitors return year after year to enjoy the thundering ride they remember as children.
Built in France in 1928, it has a single pull-up and, once the train has left the top, it travels under gravity until it arrives back at the station – thrilling every passenger on the way.
3 trains, each carrying up to 30 people, can be used on the track at one time. A seated operator controls the brakes at the rear of the first carriage on each train. Unusually, there are no brakes fitted to the track at all.