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Kings Dominion Front Seat POV Roller Coaster Rides

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Full-screen this front seat POV (point-of-view) video of five roller coasters at Virginia’s Kings Dominion amusement park. The first four: The Intimidator 305, the Dominator, the now-retired Volcano, and the classic Racer ’75 wooden roller coaster, an original from the park’s opening in 1975.

Intimidator 305 at Kings Dominion
Racer '75 at kings dominion
The virtual roller coaster rides were filmed by Robb Alvey of Theme Park Review. The fifth and last roller coaster in the video is a 2018 animation of Kings Dominion’s Twisted Timbers coaster. Compare it with the real thing below:


Watch these two roller coaster videos next:
Andrew Gatt’s Ultimate Paper Roller Coaster
• How do roller coasters affect your body?

Bonus: Ride the Sommerrodelbahn Alpine Coaster in Mieders, Austria.

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