1817 Promenades-Aériennes Roller Coaster Drawing, World's First Roller Coaster, The Aerial Walk Roller Coaster Print Paris France

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The first roller coaster in the world made its debut 200 years ago. It was "The Promenades-Aériennes" or "The Aerial Walk" in Paris. Passengers walked up a set of stairs to ride a bench down the 600-foot track at 40 mph.

In July 1817, a French banker named Nicolas Beaujon opened the Parc Beaujon, an amusement park on the Champs Elysees. Its most famous feature was the Promenades Aériennes or "Aerial Strolls. It featured wheeled cars securely locked to the track, guide rails to keep them on course, and higher speeds. The three-wheel carts were towed to the top of a tower, and then released to descend two curving tracks on either side.

**11x17" will be printed edge-to-edge with no white border. Send a message to seller if you prefer a white border.
**12x18" & 13x19" will have approximately 1/2-1" white border.

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