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Rank Opened Name Amusement Park Location Designer/Builder
1st 1902 Leap The Dips Lakemont Park USA.png Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA Edward Joy Morris
2nd 1912 Scenic Railway Luna Park Melbourne Australia.png Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Unknown
3rd 1914 Rutschebanen Tivoli Gardens Denmark.png Copenhagen, Sjælland, Denmark LaMarcus A. Thomson
4th 1917 Wild One* Six Flags America USA.png Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA John A. Miller
5th 1920 Jack Rabbit Kennywood USA.png West Mufflin, Pennsylvania, USA Charlie Mach, John A. Miller
Jack Rabbit Seabreeze USA.png Rochester, New York, USA Harry C. Baker, John A. Miller
Scenic Railway Dreamland UK.png Margate, Kent, UK LaMarcus A. Thomson
6th 1921 Roller Coaster Lagoon USA.png Farmington, Utah, USA John A. Miller
7th 1922 Hullámvasút Vidampark Hungary.png Budapest, Pest, Hungary Irvine Dragon
8th 1923 Big Dipper Pleasure Beach Blackpool UK.png Blackpool, England, UK William Strickler, John A. Miller
Thunderhawk Dorney Park USA.png Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters, Inc., Herbert Paul Schmeck
9th 1924 Giant Dipper Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk USA.png Santa Cruz, California, USA Frank Prior, Fredrick Church, Arthur Looff
Thunderbolt Kennywood USA.png West Mifflin, Pennsykvania, USA Andy Vettel
10th 1925 Giant Dipper Belmont Park USA.png San Diego, California, USA Frank Prior, Fredrick Church
11th 1927 Cyclone Astroland USA.png Brooklyn, New York, USA Harry C. Baker, Vernon Keenan
Racer Kennywood USA.png West Mufflin, Pennsylvania, USA Charlie Mach, John A. Miller
Wildcat Lake Compunce USA.png Bristol, Connecticut, USA Charlie Dinn, Curtis D. Summers, Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters, Inc., Herbert Paul Schmeck
12th 1929 Dragon Coaster (Rye Playland) Playland Amusement Park Rye, New York, USA Frederick Church
12th 1930 Legend Arnolds Park USA.png Arnolds Park, Iowa, USA Outdoor Amusement Enterprise, Inc., John A. Miller
13th 1941 Thunderbolt Six Flags New England Agawam, Massachusetts, USA

‍*Wild One originally operated as Giant Coaster at Paragon Park in Massachusetts, USA. It was moved to Six Flags America in 1986 and was restored to its original condition.

Steel

Rank Opened Name Amusement Park Location Designer/Builder
1st 1928 Montaña Suiza Parque de Atracciones Monte Igueldo Spain.png San Sebastián, Guipuzcoa, Spain Heidrich
2nd 1930 Rodelbaan De Waarbeek Netherlands.png Hengelo, Overijssel, Netherlands In-House
3rd 1950 Little Dipper Conneaut Lake Park USA.png Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA Allan Herschell Company
4th 1952 Little Dipper Memphis Kiddie Park USA.png Cleveland, Ohio, USA Allan Herschell Company
Little Dipper Quassy Amusement Park USA.png Middlebury, Connecticut, USA Allan Herschell Comapny
4th 1953 Roller Coaster Hanayashiki Amusement Park Japan.png Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo, Japan TOGO
5th 1955 Wild Chipmunk Lakeside Amusement Park USA.png Denver, Colorado, USA Miller Manufacturing
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