A short double incline used at Greenwood Forest Park to raise the roller coaster empty cars to the start of the ride. The passengers weight provides the energy to lift the train. The wheels are unflanged but a central T rail acts as a guide to keep the train on track and is used for braking. It was constructed in approx. 2004 by WGH transportation Engineering of Doncaster.
Many thanks to Mark Hambly for the info
|Date Opened||approx. 2004||Length||? m|
|Gradient||1:2.35||Track Gauge||1750 mm|
|Number of Cars||2||Open to Public||Yes|
|Funicular Type||Track layout|
|Power Source||Railway Status|
* - Variable (max gradient reported)