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Oaks Amusement Park
has (had?) a section of the roller rink that was wavy, like a roller coaster.
Reed College (1.60 mi / 2.58 km)
OMSI and USS Blueback submarine (2.48 mi / 3.99 km)
Mill Ends Park, smallest park in the world (3.05 mi / 4.91 km)
The Portland Building (3.07 mi / 4.95 km)
Oregon Zoo (3.51 mi / 5.66 km)
The Bomber (3.55 mi / 5.71 km)
PGE Park (formerly Civic Stadium) (3.66 mi / 5.89 km)
Moda Center (4.07 mi / 6.54 km)
Memorial Coliseum (4.13 mi / 6.64 km)
Mount Tabor (4.30 mi / 6.92 km)
From: pete592Not only does the roller rink have a wavy section of floor, but the entire prized wooden floor of the rink floats and can rest on the water's surface in case of a flood. They had to do it as recently as 1996.
Mon Apr 10 20:43:19 -0700 2006