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Flying Cages ride (from brochure

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Flying Cages ride (from brochure
Posted on July 13, 2009 Slideshow

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Reply big john
7:12 PM on January 24, 2010 
oh thats a great picture. Those cages were the best. Don't push it, not even a tiny bit. Leave it alone I will get it over.
Reply Matt Owens
6:58 PM on December 6, 2009 
is it me or riding this ride is such an aderline rush
Reply Matt Owens
6:55 PM on December 6, 2009 
this is my favorite ride next to the slide the ride in front of the slide the monster house and the whip it sux ya can't get insured to operate the origional ones the new ones ya can being they come equiped with safety features
Reply john
12:53 AM on August 11, 2009 
These cages had a sad story. One park operator died crushed beneath the cage and the ground. Later in life they were stored in the white trolley turn around in the parking lot. After the fire they were just sitting there for the picking. You could still see the color paint after 20 years of neglect. All the padding and leather covering was long gone but the frame work of every cage was plain to see. The first clean up of the parking lot scraped up everything not bolted down and was sent to the dump. Before the season started park employees would race to see who could get a cage around the quickest. Of course no pushes we used to begin.
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