Published: 10:00, 21 March 2016 |
Updated: 14:34, 21 March 2016
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.
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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