Little Dipper (Memphis Kiddie Park)
|Memphis Kiddie Park|
|Opening date||April 1952|
|Manufacturer||Allan Herschell Company|
|Designer||The Allan Herschell Company|
|Lift/launch system||Chain lift hill|
|Little Dipper at RCDB
Pictures of Little Dipper at RCDB
The coaster was built by The Allan Herschell Company and began operating in April 1952, making it the oldest continuously-operating steel roller coaster from its original location in North America. In the 1970s, the original train was replaced with one that had silver with blue accents. For the 2006 season it was repainted red with white accents.
The coaster has one three-car train. Riders are seated two across with two rows per car, giving the coaster a capacity of 12 riders.
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