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Judge Roy Scream at Six Flags Over Texas

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Park:

Land:
Goodtimes Square

Type:
Roller coaster

Opening Date:
Mar 1, 1980

Height:
71 feet

Length:
2670 feet

Maximum speed:
53 mph

Manufacturer:
William Cobb & Associates

Model:
Wooden Coaster

Minimum height:
42 inches

Located alongside Six Flags Over Texas' entrance lake, Judge Roy Scream is reached via a tunnel from the Goodtimes Square area. Named after 19th century Justice of the Peace Judge Roy Bean, it was the first wooden coaster to open at the park.

After climbing to the top of a 71-foot lift hill, riders plummet down a 65-foot drop, hitting a top speed of 53 miles per hour. The remainder of the circuit is an out-and-back design, featuring a number of small drops.

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