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Arrow Dynamics

(Formerly: Arrow, Arrow Development, and Arrow-Huss)

Arrow was founded by Karl Bacon, Edgar Morgan, and Walter Schulze in 1946 as a machine shop in Mountain View, California.  Walt Disney had Arrow assist in manufacturing some of rides for the new Disneyland in the 1960s.  From 1966 to the 1990s, Ron Toomer worked at Arrow and helped create many steel coasters from Mine Rides to the world's first hyper-coaster.  The Clearfield, Utah company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in December 2001.  S&S Sports bought the assets of the company in October 2002.

Adventure Express - Kings Island
Alpine Bobsled - Great Escape
Anaconda - Kings Dominion
Bat* (R) - Kings Island
Big Bad Wolf (R) - Busch Gardens Europe
Black Widow* (M) - Six Flags New England
Canobie Corkscrew - Canobie Lake
Canyon Blaster - Adventuredome
Canyon Blaster - Great Escape
Carolina Cyclone - Carowinds
Carolina Goldrusher - Carowinds
Cedar Creek Mine Ride - Cedar Point
Corkscrew - Cedar Point
Corkscrew* (M) - Knott's Berry Farm
Corkscrew - Michigan's Adventure
Corkscrew - Nagashima Spaland
Corkscrew* (R) - Geauga Lake
Corkscrew (FN) - Sea World
Corkscrew - Silverwood
Corkscrew - Valleyfair!
Dahlonega Mine Train - Six Flags Over Georgia
Demon - California's Great America
Demon - Six Flags Great America
Desperado - Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino
Dexter Frebish Electric Roller Ride* (FN & R) - Six Flags AstroWorld
Diamond Back - Frontier City
Double Loop (SBNO) - Geauga Lake
Drachen Fire (R) - Busch Gardens Europe
Dragon Mountain - Marineland

Dragon Fire - Canada's Wonderland
Dragon Fyre (FN) - Canada's Wonderland
Excalibur* (R) - Frontier City
Excalibur* (M) - Six Flags AstroWorld
Excalibur - Valleyfair!
EXT* (FN & M) - Worlds of Fun
Extremeroller* (M) - Worlds of Fun
Flight Deck - Kings Island
Gemini - Cedar Point
Gold Rusher - Six Flags Magic Mountain
Great American Scream Machine - Six Flags Great Adventure
Iron Dragon - Cedar Point
Led Zeppelin - The Ride (FN) - Freestyle Music Park
Lightning Loops* (M) - Six Flags Great Adventure
Loch Ness Monster - Busch Gardens Europe
Mad Mouse - Michigan's Adventure
Mad Mouse (SBNO) -NASCAR SpeedPark
Mad Mouse - Valleyfair!
Magnum XL-200 - Cedar Point
Marche du Mille-pattes - La Ronde
Matterhorn Bobsleds - Disneyland
Mine Train - Six Flags Over Texas
Mini-Mine Train* (R) - Six Flags Over Georgia
Mini Mine Train - Six Flags Over Texas
Ninja - Six Flags Magic Mountain
Orient Express (R) - Worlds of Fun
Psycho Mouse* - California's Great America
Python - Busch Gardens Africa
Python* (R) - Six Flags America
Rail Blazer (FN) - Six Flags St. Louis

River King Mine Train - Six Flags St. Louis
Road Runner Express - Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Run-A-Way Mine Train (FN) - Six Flags Over Texas
Runaway Train - Six Flags Great Adventure
Screamin' Demon* (M) - Kings Island
Sea Viper - Sea World
Serpent (R) - Six Flags AstroWorld
Shockwave - Six Flags Great America
Sidewinder - Elitch Gardens
Steamin' Demon - Great Escape
Steel Phantom (FN) - Kennywood Park
Tennessee Tornado - Dollywood
Thunderation - Silver Dollar City
Thunderbolt Express (R) - Camden Park
Thunder Express* (M) - Dollywood
Time Machine - Freestyle Music Park
Top Gun (FN) - Kings Island
Trailblazer - Hersheypark
Turn of the Century (FN) - California's Great America
Turn of the Century (FN) - Six Flags Great America
Viper - Darien Lake
Viper - Six Flags Magic Mountain
Vortex - Canada's Wonderland
Vortex - Kings Island
Wacky Soap Box Racers* (R) - Knott's Berry Farm
Wild Thing - Wild Waves
X (FN) - Six Flags Magic Mountain
X - Six Flags Magic Mountain
XLR-8 - Six Flags AstroWorld
Yahoola Hooler* (FN & R) - Six Flags Over Georgia

SBNO = Standing But Not Operating        FN = Former Name
M = Moved to another park        R = Removed from park
* = Information only, no pictures


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