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There was an amusement park ride named the Gyrotron at Expo '67, the world's fair at Montreal, Quebec, in celebration of Canada's 100th anniversary. It was located in La Ronde.

An external link describing the ride can be found here:

I remember riding this several times as a child. It was a low-speed ride, but featuring a lot of smoke, noise and strange lighting. Its purpose was not so much to scare but to impress, as I recall.

Typofixer76 15:40, 10 April 2007 (UTC)

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