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Location DB > Japan > Fukushima Prefecture > Fukushima > Greenland Amusement Park > Greenland > Imgp1654.jpg

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Self pedal ride track comes to an abrupt end! Maybe this is why the had to close the place?
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Posted by keti 1/31/2005 6:37 AM | remove
  that is a very interesting ride...
Posted by nel58 6/4/2005 4:29 PM | remove
  What is the basket for ? To catch you when you fall ?
Wow ,I agree keti,very very interesting indeed !!
Kuroneko,your pictures are very nice !
Posted by Ian1362 7/12/2005 10:22 PM | remove
  That dosnt seem very safe, might the track be broken ?
Posted by Guy With Hat 7/13/2005 10:25 PM | remove
  No way man, kids in Japan are hardcore.
Posted by KaiHama 7/23/2005 3:40 AM | remove
  Se-no.....AAAAAAAAAAAAAH!! *crash* boku wa haadokoru da!! (Im hardcore)......yes, very unsafe, and very HARDcore
Posted by Lumiere 7/28/2005 11:31 AM | remove
  This reminds me of some vague recurring dream I have involving abandond rails and tracks.
Posted by cassie2006 5/16/2006 6:28 AM | remove
  Have a look at the Lost photo album, you'll find the missing peice of this track on the ground, also you see a few cars that look like they fell off the track. I can almost guarantee this is why the park closed, must have been an accident

Posted by MutantMandias 5/16/2006 11:47 AM | remove
  You can't be serious. If this was an accident that caused the park to close, then it would have been cleaned up, not left just as it was.
Posted by cassie2006 5/28/2006 6:15 PM | remove
  Maybe not though. maybe the track fell apart and they had to close it down then. If you look at some of the photos looks like alot of the rides just came to an abupt halt. Then again, maybe the track fell apart just over time and the cars fell with the track. Hard to say, i've been trying to find info on this place and can't find anything!
Posted by MCP 5/29/2006 1:52 AM | remove
  searching for it wont do any good, you would have to search in japanese
Posted by cassie2006 5/29/2006 10:41 PM | remove
  I know, i spoke with Kureneko ( sorry if i spelled that wrong) and he said the same thing. Although i can't even find a japanese site or anything. Anytime i search on google or something similar, it just takes me back to UER. Kinda weird i thought considering i found websites for the rest of the parks listed. although they were in Japanese. Something existed. I just wouldn't mind more history on the park and generally the area itself! If anyone has any info... THx!
Posted by hjstom 11/20/2006 11:09 PM | remove
  that is cool, must have been a fun ride
Posted by sUrD 5/30/2008 4:42 PM | remove
  and everybody thought that it was E.T. that made the bike fly, boy were they wrong
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