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Dreamland, Margate unveil The Enterprise as the latest vintage attraction in the park

21 March 2016
by Connor Dunn

Dreamland has announced it will be adding a new attraction to its collection of vintage rides.

The Enterprise will be unveiled on Friday and it is designed to whirl thrill-seeking ride goers into the sky.

Named after the USS Enterprise from the famous sci-fi TV series, Star Trek, park operators say it promises an out of this world experience.

Dreamland have announced new ride, The Enterprise, is coming to the park.

Dreamland have announced new ride, The Enterprise, is coming to the park.

The Enterprise features gondolas that seat two people.

With a circular design, using a slight amount of centrifugal force, a hydraulically-powered arm raises and tilts the frame to rotate at 87°, transforming it from a horizontal experience to a near vertical one.

The park say it is a former favourite and more rides will be making a return in the coming season.

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