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NEWCASTLE TOWN MOOR FAIR 2015

A look at the attractions that headed the 2015 fair.

Paul Hart's Top Spin

The first full size HUSS machine to tour the UK. Originally new to the Ludewigt family in Germany the ride was at Myrtle Beach Pavilion in USA before going into storage. The current owner acquired the ride about two years ago and has since been extensively refurbishing the ride for travelling. Newcastle was just its second outing following its debut in Liverpool.












A first in the UK - two Booster Maxx's on same event

A fresh ride to the UK in 2015 Freddy Jnr & Davis Stokes' Mach 5 made its debut at Newcastle, at the opposite side of the ground was regular M & D Taylor's Bomber Mk 2. First time in the UK two of the larger Booster rides were at the same event.






The other notable major rides at the Moor.

Michael Wallis Jnr's Booster.



Stanley Reeves Jnr's AtmosFear Loop Fighter.



William Henry Clark's Freak Out sporting it's new appearance.



Baron Hart's Mack Sea Storm on return after last year's debut.



Spencer Stokes' Moon Dance also back after first appearance 12 months before.



Jame Mellors Amusements Magic Mouse and Star Flyer.





Albert Holland's Extreme on first appearance.



John Wesseldine's Toboggan Rollercoaster.



Michael Houghton's Superstar.



Dane Crow's Extreme.



Abie Danter's AIR Star Shape and Wild Mouse.



Stanley Reeves Jnr's Reverse Bungee.



John Evans Jnr's Superstar on debut.




Novelty rides for the family.

Frankie Smith's Mine Train Coaster.



Aaron Holland's Snow Slide.



Robert Hill's Mini Bulls



Walter Murphy's Dragon Coaster.



Jay Dean Storey's new Frozen Swing. The first built jointly by Michael Jennings & William Cowie Jnr.



James Stokes' Speedy Coaster.



Jamie Whiting's self-built Flying Places. One of two on the ground.



Billy Hill's Ice Dragon Coaster.




Traditional Gallopers in attendance.

Traditional Rides (Brett Graham)



David Taylor (recently acquired from John Crow)






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