September 1st was the last day of operation for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster avec Aerosmith in Walt Disney Studios Park Paris. The attraction is closing as part of a €2 billion expansion and transformation of Walt Disney Studios park including the Avengers Campus. A few days ago, our own Cole Geryak took a look back in his weekly Extinct Attractions column.

Below are tweets from fans who were at Disneyland Paris to say goodbye, particularly ED92.

The “souvenir book” referred to was a Souvenir Tour de Force Magazine Disney gave out to lucky guests on the last day:

The backpage ad for the magazine not-so-subtly hints at what’s coming:

ED92 was kind enough to put a PDF copy you can get here. And if you’d like to win your own copy…

ED92 posted a little later than the that the queue was closed with a 90 minute wait.

 

ED92 apparently had the opportunity to go back after closing and get more pictures, so be sure to check out their Twitter feed for lots more Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster memories.

 

And in case you’ve never had the chance to experience the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster in Paris, it is quite different from the Walt Disney World version:

ICYMI:

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Doobie is the co-owner of LaughingPlace.com having founded the website with his wife Rebekah in 1999. He became a “hardcore” Disney fan in 1995. His favorite Disney film is Snow White and his all-time favorite attraction is the PeopleMover. Having lived near both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, he’s visited them literally thousands of times.

 

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