Ohhh the accommodation is wonderfully in the thick of it
Looks like the rooms itself do come prefabricated after all?While the construction of the rooms has been happening quickly, and presumably continue so for all 4 towers. Obviously this does mean each room will need to be individually furnished and themed like normal.
All the rooms currently built up are from prefab concrete segments each with a normal door (so no slotting modules into the concrete or anything like that).
What I find very fascinating is how much Rookburgh is self-contained.https://m.box.com/file/488389193560/https%3A%2F%2Fapp.box.com%2Fs%2Fh2vanpkn0lsfhah8c6vv491uo0awxz8e/preview/preview.png
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The second launch and brakes are there too, so unfortunately, I doubt it'll be anything more than that. I doubt they'll be queue line in there either given the placement of it. But we can dream!
Woops, I did not see this picture yet... I guess it wasn't on the forum yet? Thanks for showing it!
Following picture gives a good idea of what is underneath the concrete.
I get the towers But what is the whole withe Thing? All Hotel? So everything around the launches is Hotel?A new large steel framework has been erected around part of the 1st launch of F.L.Y. for the theming structure seen in the model revealed back in April.
On PhantaFriends.de user PHL-Marcus predicts this is the structure in question.
The hotel continues to rapidly grow. Since I last looked last Friday Tower 2 has had a whole new floor of 5 rooms installed.
So I think if I've observed correctly, the current room total now stands at:
Tower 1 = 2 floors of 5 rooms
Tower 2 = 3 floors of 5 rooms (well it might actually only be 2 floors of rooms, the bottom floor of the building can't be seen so whether rooms or something else is using this space I'm not certain)