Better Than Funderland?



It’s not that mythic.

This morning/afternoon

RTÉ 2FM’s Colm Hayes (far right third carriage top) tries out the Cú Chulainn Rollercoaster in Tayto Park, Ashbourne, Co Meath which opens to the public tomorrow.

(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)




Cu Chulainn and friends at the launch this morning.

(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)

33 thoughts on “Better Than Funderland?

  1. the good helen

    I just think after what happened in Alton Towers that ride won’t be as busy as it could have been. And Am i crazy in wondering why they used wood? irish weather wood – expanding, etc etc, is it not alot less safe than metal, alot less strong than metal? And, the question is said with complete and utter no understanding of the total ins and outs of wood and metal.. :-)

  2. Carlos Coolguy

    I rode on this way back when it was just a wagon on a couple planks called “Setanta”. Then it killed some dude’s dog and now it’s like a big deal or sumtin’. I’ll give it a myth…

  3. Gers

    Looks great fun but you wont catch me in one of them, also hope they will dress it up a bit, looks un-finished and down right ugly right now.

  4. Eoin

    If that’s the way they make their rollercoaster, what Tue tayto factory like. Wooden stoves, wooden knives, wooden…

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