By Tim Hollis
When Six Flags Over Georgia opened in June 1967, it turned the 1st topic park within the Southeast. even though the park is healthier identified this present day for its high-speed curler coasters, this e-book recaptures its previous years while it used to be dedicated to a few of the sessions of Georgia's history.
Six Flags Over Georgia revisits such vintage rides and sights because the Log Jamboree, stories of the Okefenokee, Jean Ribaut'sAdventure, the Krofft Puppet Theater, the chuffed Motoring highway, and lots of others.
It additionally explores how the park's concentration replaced and extended over the a long time and takes a glance at a few of its vintage ads and souvenirs.
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