Amusement Park Ride-On Rollercoaster brings the theme park to you


Amusement Park Railroad
Even though we’re always aging, that doesn’t necessarily mean we’re getting ‘older’. Age is just a matter of the mind, and if you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter. Staying young at heart is where it really counts, as you want to always be looking at the world as if it was the first time. You can’t have fun if you think everything is terrible.

While many rely on their imaginations or hobbies for entertainment, some prefer to purchase what they think is fun. Anything can be exciting if you look at it in the right light, but generally, an amusement park is a pretty good time no matter what. Sadly, going to one is usually only a day long excursion, and you leave wishing that you could take your favorite ride home with you. Well, if you got the money, then the Amusement Park Ride-On Railroad can be yours.

Of course, you need to be willing to part with around $23,000, but this will get you an 60’x80′ oval of 7 1/2” wide track.  There are two passenger cars which sit behind the two main cars where you can control the speed, go forward or reverse, and brake. There’s even a 50-watt sound system in this thing so you can hear all the locomotive sounds you would mentally pair with riding a train. The frames are made of powder-coated steel with cast-iron couplers, aluminum trucks, and wood which can hold about 1,600 pounds at once. Of course, if it’s at its maximum weight limit, I doubt you’ll be able to go at the highest speed.  It will run for about 6 hours on four 12-volt DC batteries, and should hold up for quite some time once it’s all set up.

Available for purchase on Hammacher-Schlemmer

2 reviews or comments

Aldo Disorbo Says: October 25, 2013 at 8:04 pm

In common language, the terms theme park and amusement park are often synonymous.

Dave Says: October 30, 2013 at 3:30 pm

Rollercoaster is a Rollercoaster and a train is a train so where’s the RC?

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