Blackpool Pleasure Beach is selling off parts of its iconic rollercoaster The Big One after a re-tracking of some sections.

Thrill-seekers will be able to get their hands on a piece of the track and take it home from £170. 

There are nine types of tracks available to buy on the Blackpool Pleasure Beach website, including steps, a platform, and a handrail. 

The Big One, formerly known as the Pepsi Max Big One opened on May 28 1994 and cost around £12 million. 

When it opened, it was the tallest and steepest rollercoaster in the world until Fujiyama was constructed in Japan in 1996. 

It is still the tallest and second-fastest rollercoaster in the UK. 

The pieces are available to buy for collection only, and some pieces are open to offers.

Also for sale on the website is an M&M Monorail car for £150 and a Blackpoool Pleasure Beach banner flag for £25.