But how is there report about it? If someone thinks it's important enough to tell looopings he could (and should) have shot a picture, as well. If it was an insider... We're talking about looopings.nl . Most likely nothing happened at all!Since the whole thing took place a week after the summer season, hardly anyone would have been at the park.
I hope they do, but it would not surprise me if they don't add theming. They didn't do any effort on theming the back of the klugheim wall either.That said, I'm a bit surprised the part at the overbank seems to be plain metal.
I wonder if more will be added to it than the obvious window shape thing
Why do you always act so offended if someone even says something slightly negative about Phantasialand...a very annoying attitude.^Why would they "put effort" into the car park side of the Klugheim sound barriers. What a colossal waste of money that would be. Disney have more money to play with yet there are plenty of examples of the rear sides of themed facades or show-buildings visible from outside parks.
Plus in Phantasialand's case should they ever be successful in acquiring the currently privately owned Mystery car park it would undoubtedly be used for expanding the park so they would built up something new in front of it. Same as with the "Vertical Garden Wall" in-between Klugheim and Chiapas there's an element of (potentially very) long term thinking ahead there.
This façade is undoubtedly being themed. It's the front piece and entrance of the hotel after all. And from the expansion negotiations process we know Berggeiststrasse cannot be removed or rerouted so it also fits into long term planning - this will always be visible.
Also its being themed as we can see. The scaffolding on the left section is Universal Rocks working on concrete theming including a large chimney feature (the framework for which can be seen in previous pictures). And the metal plates appear to be textured with visible rust/ageing marks - not plain bog standard sheets of metal like the car park wall.
As for the administration building being visible from inside the area. How do you know this, have you been inside? The large 4 storey hotel building that's been built in front has most likely has sorted that view out. Leaving the only remaining unblocked section the side beside the overbank and Hotel Tower 3 - presumably they aren't fully theming everything surrounding only to then leave that one obvious patch bare. A façade will definitely be coming here. If any other bit remains visible over any building or façade we really can't say or judge until its done...
Back to the topic of the potential pull through tests though. If a full test has been done recently its an interesting coincidence that Taron's pull through tests with a full clearance profile frame (although on a basic chassis, not with an actual, or more likely as was done with new Python at Efteling: part of an actual, train as Looopings claims with F.L.Y.) also took place in the short November off season. Taron's tests can be seen from 8.28 in this construction documentary.
Phantasialand is one complete mess untill the moment you get inside the park (especially the road to the mystery parking). IMO your experience starts when driving into the parking. Sure Rookburgh will look great from inside the park, but when your park looks like a ukrainian weapon factory from the outside you're just making wrong decisions.Why do you always act so offended if someone even says something slightly negative about Phantasialand..... About the Klugheim wall: I don't care what Phantsialand wants to do with the mystery car park in the future. Right now the wall looks bare and ugly, and it should be themed in some way in my opinion. Especially because it's clearly visible when entering the park.
Let's see what they will do with the staff building. Hopefully they will make it match with Rookburgh on both sides. On the other hand, I would understand some things (such as the outside walls) don't get extensively themed because of budgetary reasons.
Well, thinking of it, I imagine driving into an actual ukrainian weapon factory to be quite an experience...IMO your experience starts when driving into the parking. Sure Rookburgh will look great from inside the park, but when your park looks like a ukrainian weapon factory from the outside you're just making wrong decisions.