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NEWCASTLE TOWN MOOR FAIR 2016: PART TWO

A look at the rest of the attractions that headed the 2016 Hoppings fair.

The other notable major rides at the Moor.

Dane Crow's Extreme.



Shaun Rogers' Stargate and Michael Houghton's Superstar.



Jamie Clark's Superbowl.



Keith Turner's Tagada once again riding well with teenagers...



...as was Stewart Robinson's ride further down main row.



Stanley Freeman Jnr's Tip-Top on the main row once again...



...alongside another Tivoli-built ride, the Orbiter from John Walter Shaw Amusements.




Five Waltzers again at the Hoppings.

John Walter Shaw Amusements.



A S Crow & Sons.



Keith Turner.



William Henry Clark.



Billy Freeman.




Traditional attractions in attendance.

Frankie Howard's Lighthouse Slip by the Gosforth End



Nearby the only one set of Gallopers from Traditional Rides (Brett Graham)




Heading the fine selection of rides for the family.

Spencer Stokes' Dumbos on position previously occupied by the family's Superbob.



Andrew Harniess' Dumbos a second set alongside his Sea Storm.



Macauley Hart's new Caterpillar Coaster.



James Stokes' new Apple Coaster replacing his previous model.



Frankie Smith's Mine Train Coaster.




Heading the side shows at The Hoppings.

Tony Litliernhurnest's Superheroes suspended dark ride.



Curtis Eddy's Fun House the largest example on debut.



Regular tenant Allan Heal from Bristol who usually provides his stalls brought up his Jungle Fever Fun House for the first time to replace Craig Freeman's recently sold version.



Gilbert Chadwick Jnr returned with his Fun House and Ghost Train.



Further down the main show row was Freddy Stokes Snr with his Jumbo Circus Fun House.



Billy Hill's Ice Palace 3D show also featured in the row.



Opposite the show row was David Wallis Snr with his unique Ice Maze.




Amongst the most noteable games on offer.

Enterprising showman John Lock Jnr had no less than seven games with new themes.

The Caesars Palace converted from a pick to an archery game.



On the round stalls gone were the ubiquitious Frozen and Minions themes and in place we had Lucky Ducky and Emoji.





Most noticeable of all from John we had the Poo in the Loo which was quite an amusing talking point.





The Minions weren't forgotten at all most noticeably in Daley Capps' novelty game.




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