Pleasure Beach Blackpool's Rollercoaster is an "out and back" family wooden coaster built by Charles Paige in 1933. The six-story lift hill on Rollercoaster was originally the lift hill for the park's former Velvet Coaster that closed in 1932. As a tribute, a restored car from the original Velvet Coaster is on display in the station.
|1933||Wood||Out and Back, Family||Charles Paige|
2011 – Rollercoaster renamed Nickelodeon Streak
2006 – Trains modified to include lap bar restraints. Prior to this modification the trains operated with only seat belts.
Train has three cars with four rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 46 inches tall
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