Pleasurewood Hills hugely popular family roller coaster, formerly know as The Rattlesnake, is back with a new look and name. “The Egg-Spress” is now open at Pleasurewood Hills and features a fun, farmyard theme. The loading station has been rebuilt to resemble a barn and the train has been completely revamped with green cars.
The attraction arrived at Pleasurewood Hills back in 1986 and was originally known as The Ladybird. In 1990, the train was altered to include a snakes head and tail and was re-branded as The Rattlesnake. The ride eventually closed to the public in 2016 before being resurrected and revamped for 2019.
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Pleasurewood Hills have announced that the park now has a new general manager. Self confessed “theme park nerd” Ricky Lark brings a wealth of experience with him, having previously worked within the Merlin Entertainments Chain. Lowestoft-born Ricky’s most recent role was that of operations manager at Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre.
The Cannonball Express roller coaster will remain closed to the public until May as the attraction is set to undergo a program of maintenance.
Changes will include new wheels for the ride which will enable it to operate in wet weather. Marble Madness, Wipeout and the new Egg-Spress are all scheduled to run from the start of the season.
|From day one...|
|Do you remember?|
|Maps of the Past|
|Employee Diary 1983|
|Leaflets & Brochures|
|Views from above|
|How things used to look|
|Meet the mascots|
|Rootin Tootin Target Trail|
|High Dive Show|
|Current Park Map|
|Opening Times 2019|
|Ticket Prices 2019|