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At a Glance
|Height Requirement:||46" or accompanied by a responsible person|
Added to the Park in 1935, the Zephyr helped Dorney Park survive the Great Depression. It is a one-of-a-kind train designed after the Burlington Zephyr--the first streamline train.
- Zephyr was modeled after the Burlington Zephyr, which was the first streamline train.
- Erbor used a Model A Ford engine to provide power to electric motors at the train wheels.
- The Zephyr is a gas-electric powered train.
- Bob Ott, one of the previous owners of Dorney Park, claims that the Zephyr ride saved the park from closing during the Great Depression.
- Originally painted silver
- Opened: 1935