Cyclone roller coaster cars brought back to Palisades Park home

Cars once thought to be lost from the Cyclone roller coaster at Fort Lee's now-demolished Palisades Amusement Park are back in town.

Cars once thought to be lost from the

Cars once thought to be lost from the Cyclone roller coaster at Fort Lee's now-demolished Palisades Amusement Park are back in town. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

Cars once thought to be lost from the Cyclone roller coaster at Fort Lee's now-demolished Palisades Amusement Park are back in town.

The roller coaster was demolished in 1971, but the cars were preserved.

Fort Lee historical expert Tom Meyers says it's quite a find. "To find this in an abandoned amusement park or a closed amusement park in the wilds of Pennsylvania and to bring this...

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