Flooded roller coaster in Riverside Park, Indiana
Star Jet sitting in the Atlantic Ocean after Hurricane Sandy
SeaView Heights, NJ, November 12, 2012: The iconic roller coaster that had been part of the SeaView Heights boardwalk for over 70 years sits in the Atlantic Ocean after Hurricane Sandy swept through the area and pushed the roller coaster into the ocean.
An iconic image of the storm will be removed next month. The end of the 630-foot long Casino Pier collapsed during Hurricane Sandy causing the Jet Star roller coaster to plunge into the ocean.
Seaside Heights, NJ, 2/15/13 — The iconic roller coaster looms in the background as workers rebuild the pier it once occupied.
Six Flags over Georgia theme park submerged in Atlanta floods
A popular American theme park, Six Flags over Georgia, has almost completely disappeared after torrential rain caused flooding across the Atlanta area of the Deep South. The images published on 23 September 2009.
Six Flags Roller Coaster two weeks after Hurricane Katrina
An aerial view of a New Orleans, Louisiana (LA), amusement park during the Task Force Katrina efforts, which shows how high flood levels were in some areas, caused by Hurricane Katrina. Date Taken: 15.09.2005
Flood waters covered parts of roller coasters at Six Flags Over Georgia following heavy rain on September 20-21, 2009
Know Before You Visit Abandoned Roller Coaster
Know before you go. Before you come and spend time at Abandoned Roller Coaster there are tips and advice for exploring abandoned places. We want to ensure that you enjoy your time there.
Know the Dangers When visiting Abandoned Roller Coaster, the most obvious hazard is falling through rotten floorboards — but there are often much more sinister invisible dangers.
Wear proper clothing and equipment
If you’re going to be exploring, wear clothes that you wouldn’t mind ruining. Choose your footwear carefully too. Besides a camera and any photography props you might need, you’ll also want to bring a flashlight.
Don’t steal souvenirs from Abandoned Roller Coaster
The artifacts left near Abandoned Roller Coaster once belonged to somebody, even if they haven’t been there for years. At best, you’re diluting the experience for other urban explorers; at worst, you’re stealing and desecrating a historic site.
Expert on Urban Planning and Abandoned Places
|Mr. Gregory H. is a highly experienced expert on Urban Planning and Abandoned Spaces. Mr. Gregory Hooqe has been focusing on Urban Development and Abandoned Locations since 2000 and has written extensively on the subject.|
He was awarded the 2009 Korea Foundation Professional Award for his research on Asian Abandoned Places, as well as the 2016 Korea Development Institute, Global Ambassador Award.