Flyer Roller Coaster in 1974 & 2023

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An aerial view from Shell Oil Tower towards the Flyer, the CNE Midway and Exhibition Stadium & Grandstand. The Flyer roller coaster began thrilling CNE-goers in 1953 and continued for 39 years. Its four-car trains sped along the ride’s 796 m long track and could reach up to 104 km/h. At the 2023 CNE, one of the Flyer’s signs was put on display by the Princess Margaret Fountain at Exhibition Place.

August 24, 1974/2023 – An aerial view from Shell Oil Tower towards the Flyer, the CNE Midway and Exhibition Stadium & Grandstand. The Flyer roller coaster began thrilling CNE-goers in 1953 and continued for 39 years. Its four-car trains sped along the ride’s 796 m long track and could reach up to 104 km/h. At the 2023 CNE, one of the Flyer’s signs was put on display by the Princess Margaret Fountain at Exhibition Place
August 24, 1974/2023 – An aerial view from Shell Oil Tower towards the Flyer, the CNE Midway and Exhibition Stadium & Grandstand (Courtesy of the Canadian National Exhibition Association Archives)
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  • Photo: Denise Marie for TorontoJourney416
  • Vintage Photo: CNE Heritage

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