World's Fair Information Manual


CONCESSION
Log Flume Ride
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
Mr. Albert L. Clepper, Exhibit Mgr.
Log Flume Ride
New York World's Fair
World's Fair, New York 11380
AR 1-2131
FAIR CONTACT
Mr. William Kane
CONTRACT SIGNED
September 27, 1963
LOCATION
Block 57; Lot 14
Lake Mall
Lake Area
AREA
100,487 sq. ft.
ARCHITECT
Mr. Randall Duell
P.O. Box 191
Arlington, Texas
CONTRACTOR
Tishman Realty and Construction Co.
PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCY
Mr. I. Irving Davidson
1612 K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.
202 DI 7-3400
ADMISSION
Adult 75c
Child (2-12) 50c

SOURCE: 1964 World's Fair Information Manual

FEATURES
The Log Ride is an entirely new concept in rides. Riders, in boat shaped like hollow logs, are whisked through a flume by the force of rushing waters. They travel 11 feet per second through the winding flume and finish with a splash, as the logs scoot down a 45 detree slide into a lakelet of swirling rapids.

There is also an Orange Julius Stand and two snack bars.
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