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Six Flags Over Texas
2201 Road To Six Flags St E, Arlington, TX 76010
(817) 640-8900
http://www.sixflags.com/overTexas
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Photos from TPR's 1999 Visit


The Texas Giant is one of the tallest, fastest wooden coasters in the US.


Mr. Freeze is one of the newest coasters at Six Flags Over Texas which opened in 1998.


Mr. Freeze uses Linear Induction Motors to launch the train out of the station at over 50mph,  through a 'tophat' inversion, up a 200 foot spike only to launch you backwards and do it all over again!


Runway Mountain is the park's in the dark coaster!


Upon entering the parking lot, you are immediately greeted by the Judge Roy Scream and the Parachute Drop.


New for 1999 was Batman: The Ride. An inverted coaster that takes riders upside down 5 times.


Batman was installed right next to Mr. Freeze in the Gotham City area of the park.


The Texas Giant is still one of the park's star attractions. 


David Hamburger sets off on his first ride on the Texas Giant land marking his 50th wooden coaster!


The Judge Roy Scream is a fun out and back wooden coaster. You always come back to the station with a smile on your face!


See! Here's proof! Chris Lucht and Jeff Cook both have smiles on their faces.


The Shock Wave was one of the first roller coasters to feature two vertical loops.  This classic steel coaster delivers more airtime than some wooden coasters!


David Hamburger and Jeff Cook about to set off on the Shock Wave.


Tim Melago, Jeff Cook, and Fred of Utah take the plunge on the Freefall ride.


From this view, you can see how close Mr. Freeze and Batman are to each other. Six Flags Over Texas did a great job and fitting these rides in so close together.


From the top of the tower you can see the Texas Giant's banked turns, for which there are plenty of them.


Although the Mini-Mine Train is meant for kids, there's no reason why us grown-ups can't have fun riding!


The park treated us to two hours of exclusive ride time on the Giant!


Then the next morning we got our fill of rides in on Batman!


After it was all over, we decided to unwind at Humperdinks,  a restaurant just across the street was a great view of the Judge Roy Scream.

Photos from TPR's 1999 Visit - Page 1

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