New ride at Flamingo Land? Mumbo Jumbo!

November 2008
Park World;Nov2008, p10
The article reports on the first S&S El Loco coaster known as Mumbo Jumbo, which will debut next summer 2009 at Flamingo Land in England. Mumbo Jumbo will feature a 96 feet 125-degree drop, which is thought to be the steepest in the world. Mumbo Jumbo will be themed to fit in with its surroundings in the African plains area of the park and boast of a black track with orange supports. Moreover, Flamingo Land's ride features a 700 hourly throughput with the official opening intended in July 2009.


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