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DÜSSELDORF RHEIN KIRMES 2015: PART TWO|
Second part we look at many of the other attractions that feature at one of the biggest fairs in Europe alongside the River Rhine.
Break Dances - the Waltzer ride of Germany|
The HUSS Break Dance is the Maxwell Waltzer of the German fairs, the No 1 attraction for the teenagers. Two rides were again in attendance with both deservedly getting their fare share of punters.
Oscar Bruch's impressive ride has had its cars revamped during the Winter.
Meanwhile Patricia Kinzler's mighty Break Dance No 1 was as popular as ever.
Other big rides at the Rhein Kirmes.|
Küchenmeister's Konga XXL Afterburner.
Hanstein's Wellenflug (Waveswinger)
Alexander Goetzke's Alex Airport Star Flyer.
Oscar Bruch's Circus Circus.
Manfred Howey's Happy Sailor.
Roul Krameyer's Big Monster Polyp.
Hans Otto Schäfer's Shake.
Markmann's Nessy Pirate Ship.
Fackler's Go Garts.
Richard Pluschies's Rotor.
Siegfried Kaiser's Skater Top Scan.
Finally Ewald Schneider Jnr's Power Tower 2 holding its own against the family's new version.
A few of the traditional rides.|
Oscar Bruch's Belle Vue Giant Wheel.
It was the Germans who invented the Kettenflieger (or Chair-O-Planes as known to us).
Rolf Fuhrmann's ride from nearby Wuppertal is a regular at the Rhein Kirmes.
The Ghost Trains (Geisterbahns) were represented by three big versions.|
Martin Blume's Daemonium.
Hermann Fellerhoff's Geisterstadt.
Rudolf Schütze's Die Große Geisterbahn.
Some of the Fun Houses and side attractions at the fair.|
A selection of other attractions on offer.|
Finally some views of the Rhein Kirmes.|
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