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Music Express
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David Hackett (UK)
Location Travelling
Status Defunct
Operated 1985 to 1986
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Malcolm Taylor (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated July 1984 to 1984
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George Wroot (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated November 1981 to July 1984
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Tommy Green (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated May 1975 to November 1981
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Alan Downs (UK)
Location In storage
Operated 1965 to May 1975
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Tower Pleasure Grounds
Location New Brighton, Merseyside, England
Operated 1957 to 1964
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Ocean Beach Fun Fair
Location Rhyl, Denbighshire, Wales
Operated 1953 to 1956
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Battersea Funfair
Location Battersea, London, England
Operated May 1952 to October 1952
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Freddie & Johnny Rose (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated 1945 to May 1952
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Coney Beach Pleasure Park
Location Porthcawl, Bridgend, Wales
Operated 1939 to 1944
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Chris Thompson (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated 1937 to January 1939
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William Davies (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated During 1936
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Jack Hoadley (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated 1933 to 1935
Statistics
Manufacturer R.J. Lakin
Product Mont Blanc
Capacity 36 per cycle

Music Express was a Mont Blanc built by UK manufacturer R.J. Lakin that was previously owned & travelled by UK showman David Hackett. The ride was scrapped 1986.

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