Yes, the solution of Quiz #21 is the roller coaster “Orphan Rocker” in Katoomba, Australia.
Orphan Rocker (D on Map)
This roller coaster was built in 1982 by Harry and Philip Hammon, original owners of the Scenic World of Katoomba. This roller coaster was never been opened to the public! The project started as a monorail ride but soon evolved into the first Australian designed and built roller-coaster. It was named after a nearby rock formation, Orphan Rock.
Photos Richard Wilson
Scenic Railway (C on Map)
The “Scenic World” has 3 attractions: the Scenic Railway, the Scenic Skyway and the Scenic Cableway.
The Scenic Railway is a funicular (415m length, 206m of difference of levels) which has a 52° angle slope which corresponds to 128% maximum gradient (the steepest incline in the world)!
Scenic Skyway (A on Map)
The Scenic Skyway is a one cabin horizontal cable airway, 720m length, 270m above ancient ravines and waterfalls.
Scenic Cableway (B on Map)
The Scenic cableway is 545m sloping ride into the World Heritage-listed rain forest of the Jamison Valley.
Photo javier herranz
A – Scenic Skyway
B – Scenic Cableway
C – Scenic Railway (funicular)
D – Orphan Rocker