Trains From Hell

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Here’s another fantasy train that would have made a great cover for my Gothic thriller ‘Hell Train’, this one spotted on the side of a Spanish funfair ride. I still prefer Graham Humphries’ take on it, though.

Unlike British funfair rides, European ones offer real value for money and seem to last for about twenty minutes. There’s also often an element of real danger involved. One ride, which I watched in horrified fascination, consisted of a machine that repeatedly threw children from logs.

Any other Hell Trains spotted? Let me know.

2 comments on “Trains From Hell”

  1. Dan Terrell says:

    Excellent. I know a teenager who would benefit from that ride, particularly if it could be adapted to handle beds rather than logs. You might want to look into that Admin, if the log pitch can be scaled down for the home.

  2. Gretta says:

    I regularly entertain the thought of repeatedly throwing kids off a log. Well, repeatedly hitting them with a log, actually. Is that wrong of me?

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