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The origin and history of the Viking Ride

At the top of many pirate ships in amusement parks, you will often find the word “Viking” hanging. Why? The pirate ship is a classic mechanical amusement ride, and you can see it in almost every amusement park. Whether in amusement parks in Western countries where pirate culture is prevalent or in today’s amusement parks in Asia, Vikings are everywhere. Where did the Vikings come from? When did the history of the Vikings begin? What does the term “Viking” represent? […]

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Introduction and historical development of drop tower amusement rides

Drop tower amusement rides, also known as jumping machines, space shuttles, catapult towers, etc., can take passengers to high altitudes, then fall at the speed of almost free fall, and finally stop before landing in a controllable way. It’s a kind of amusement ride designed based on the phenomenon of free fall in physics. The drop tower amusement rides are usually in the shape of a tall steel structure column with seats containing safety measures around the column and a

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The origin and historical development of pirate ship rides(viking ship rides)

The pirate ship ride (Viking ship rides) is a mechanical amusement ride based on the shape of a real pirate ship. It swings back and forth, allowing visitors to experience varying degrees of weightlessness while sitting in different positions. The Pirate Ship ride(Viking ship rides) was invented by Charles Albert Marshall of Oklahoma, USA, between 1893 and 1897 and was initially called “The Ocean Wave.” The Ocean Wave was first used in a circus show at Marshall Brothers Circus in

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