Thorpe Park – Rides of the Past

Rocky Express
Opened: 1989
Closed: 2021

Still sat at Old Town, Rocky Express will hopefully be replaced by Project Exodus.  The future of Rocky Express is very much still unknown.
Timber Tug Boat
Opened: 2017
Closed: 2021

Removed from Thorpe Park to make way for Project Exodus during 2022.  You can now find Timber Tug Boat located at Chessington World of Adventures 
Lumber Jack
Closed: 2021

While Lumber Jack has been removed from Old Town due to Project Exodus, you can still find it located next to Storm Surge renamed to High Striker!
X:\ No Way Out
Opened: 1996
Closed: 2017

Originally opened as X:\ No Way Out and later renamed to X, it became Thorpe Park’s only indoor rollercoaster. The ride was closed to be re-themed to become Walking Dead The Ride
Opened: 2005
Closed: 2016

Slammer closed in 2016, and even though it was popular with visitors to Thorpe Park it also faced issues with regular break-downs. Even in 2022, Slammer still stands and part of the queue line is now used for Black Mirror.
Loggers Leap 
Opened: 1989 
Closed: 2015

While it closed in 2015, even in 2022, Loggers Leap still stands and is due to be replaced by Project Exodus.  The station building has been used during Fright Nights for the Creek Freek Maze.  During a Behind the Screams Tour of the maze in 2021, the controls were still in there!  As an interesting fact, it took 4 years before Thorpe Park actually confirmed that Loggers Leap would not return