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Confirmed: Log Jammer now closed permanently at Six Flags Magic Mountain

Log Jammer station

Six Flags Magic Mountain has confirmed that one of its original rides, Log Jammer, is now closed to the public and will not reopen.

A spokesperson for the park told HomeTownStation.com that the park has "exciting future plans" for the site of Log Jammer, which will now be dismantled and removed. Details of any replacement attractions are expected to be announced in 2012.

Log Jammer opened alongside the rest of Six Flags Magic Mountain in 1971. It features two lift hills and three drops, with the final drop sending riders plunging into a small lake.

No celebrations were held to mark the closure of Log Jammer, which quietly ended operations on October 31, 2011 during the Fright Fest Halloween events.


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