[Bell Historians] Alton Towers, Staffs

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Mon Jun 14 17:49:52 BST 2010

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From: Iain Mitchell <i.w.mitchell at 5Cdph6OWlQSwp5qnPlQns4rWOYkWpj1eDbHkD1q76WCfrUAeSqJAf65I0unprw4sOnhzLeavjuotaxvocP5a_J7GQA.yahoo.invalid>
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Alton Towers, Staffs


I wonder if there's a fairgroundhistorians group, nemesis is the best ride in the world, aint found nothing to beat it,lol!

Certainly my favorite! The bells at Alton are bloody good too :-)

Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) 

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Nemesis, a nice piece of equipment, the only fair ground ride that I know that runs smoothly, no thump bang and crashing about, just PDQ.


which is why i wondered if it had been asked before, thanks Matt, off to the archives....................or off to nemesis for another go..........................................

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