water chute


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Noun1.water chute - chute with flowing water down which toboggans and inner tubes and people slide into a poolwater chute - chute with flowing water down which toboggans and inner tubes and people slide into a pool
slideway, sloping trough, chute, slide - sloping channel through which things can descend
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Pleasureland was once even home to a huge water chute that saw small boats filled with passengers launched from a great height to splash down into the man-made body of water at the centrepiece of the park.
1 957April 17: Workmen make last-minute safety checks before the opening of the new water chute ride at Belle Vue.
Rides included the Figure of 8 railway rollercoaster, which lasted until 1974; the water chute involving a descent from a height of 60ft into a 280ft lake; the Social Whirl; Ye Olde Mill through which a boat ride took visitors past landscapes such as Swiss mountains, the South Pole, a fairy palace and prehistoric scenes.
Slide Callum McDiarmid and Angus Crockett enjoy the water chute on the Aqua Park at Fox Lake Adventures in Dundee harbour
Not to mention the water chute that seemed like the most incredible thing ever created?
And Southport's zoo owner, Doug Petrie, has visions of his latest addition thrilling visitors with acrobatics in the water - swimming round all day and sliding down the water chute. But they have hit a snag - Little Wally can't swim.
Graham Hyde, 44, was emerging from a water chute in a swimming pool in Alegria Pineda Splash Hotel in Pineda de Mar in Barcelona, Spain, and the boy jumped into the pool exactly the same moment.
YOU NEED A HEAD FOR HEIGHTS ON WORLD'S NEWEST CRUISE SHIP WHETHER it's hurtling down a 425ft zip line, crossing a glassbottomed bridge above the ocean, spiralling down a water chute or edging along a rope course, you don't want a sudden attack of vertigo on MSC Seaside.
MSC Seaside towering above the waves YOU NEED A HEAD FOR HEIGHTS ON WORLD'S NEWEST CRUISE SHIP WHETHER it's hurtling down a 425ft zip line, crossing a glassbottomed bridge above the ocean, spiralling down a water chute or edging along a rope course, you don't want a sudden attack of vertigo on MSC Seaside.
YOU NEED A HEAD FOR HEIGHTS ON WORLD'S NEWEST CRUISE SHIP WHETHER it's hurtling down a 425ft zipline, crossing a glassbottomed bridge above the ocean, spiralling down a water chute or edging along a rope course, you don't want a sudden attack of vertigo on MSC Seaside.
As early as 1876, Birnbeck Pier at Weston-super-Mare offered its customers swings and by the early 20th century it had a switchback, a water chute, a helter-skelter and a short-lived flying machine.