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Number: 472/37
Name: Amusement devices > Roundabout > Having carrier rotating about vertical axis (e.g., merry-go-round, etc.) > Using individual occupant or article carriage to ride on stationary track or platform > Vertically undulating track or platform
Description: Subject matter wherein the rail or floor surface rises and falls in a wavelike manner along its length.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6110049 Device for simulating longitudinal and transverse accelerations on a vehicle compartment Aug. 29, 2000
5114154 Scorable shooting gallery amusement ridge with simulated laser weapons at multiple sitations May. 19, 1992
4700632 Device to retain roller coaster passengers in standing position Oct. 20, 1987
4531459 Standing position support apparatus for amusement vehicle Jul. 30, 1985
4513960 Undulating amusement ride apparatus Apr. 30, 1985
3985352 Rider propelled rotatable riding device Oct. 12, 1976
3968961 Merry-go-round Jul. 13, 1976

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