TusenFryd, Oslo, NorwayCool fact:
An old-fashioned 'coaster sprinkled with modern-day technology
The ThunderCoaster is a perfect blend of old-fashioned fun and modern technology. The second drop is enough to make any 'coaster-fan shudder. The train descends in such a way that makes the track seem as if it has disappeared from beneath the car. Not to mention that riders spend more time hovering above their seats than they do planted firmly to them, making for a wild, airborne ride.
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