Leap the Dips Roller Coaster
It is the world's oldest standing roller coaster and is the last known example of a side-friction figure eight roller coaster.
Built at Lakemont Park in 1902 by the E. Joy Morris Company of Philadelphia, the Leap-the-Dips is the oldest roller coaster in the world. It is the last known example of a side friction figure eight roller coaster in the United States and is recognized by coaster enthusiasts worldwide to be the oldest standing roller coaster in the world.
Edited and published by Nicholas T. Lacey