Roller Coasters In The 1950's

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Roller coasters where around as early as the 1400's but the coasters were no "raging bull" they were as simple as a wooden slide with ice on top, most originating in Norway or Sweden.

Coasters in the 1920's

Most coasters in the twenties were unsafe, not very fun, and expansive, this lead to people innovating and John Miller was one of them. John Miller lade the bricks for modern roller coasters.

Coasters In The 1950's

In the years after WW2 (see Austin for more info on WW2) many unsuccessful parks were opening and closing but one opened that really caught on, Disney World. Disney had the biggest and baddest rides of the time. At this time coasters were cheaper to ride, safer to ride and a lot more fun in genral
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Citeing

N.p., n.d. Web.

"Roller Coaster History." Roller Coaster History. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Sept. 2015.