Everyone around here knows, and loves, the Thunderbolt. Another old and famed attraction at Kennywood, this ride was originally named the "Pippin" when it debuted in 1924, but renamed to the Thunderbolt in 1968. Featuring a maximum drop of 90 feet and a top speed of 55 mph, this old wooden coaster of course pales in comparison to its modern steel brethren, but still manages a rickety and out-of-control feel that simply can't be found anywhere else. For me, since I'm generally averse to roller coasters for fear of losing my lunch, most of my memories of this coaster center around the fact that it sits right next to the park's best eatery, the Potato Patch. Gotta love those cheese fries!
$20.00 — $200.00
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