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Will

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RMC is evidently the new Aquatrax. Whilst it'd probably work at Thorpe, I'm still going to say that if one opens there before the end of 2019, I'll ride it on opening day wearing only an I <3 Thorpe Park t-shirt and my underwear.

This makes me glad that in the days when I still believed everything I read on the internet, it was only other goons trolling me and not the parks themselves. I still feel stupid about the Alton crates in 2004.
 

ThorpeCoaster

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RMC is evidently the new Aquatrax. Whilst it'd probably work at Thorpe, I'm still going to say that if one opens there before the end of 2019, I'll ride it on opening day wearing only an I <3 Thorpe Park t-shirt and my underwear.

This makes me glad that in the days when I still believed everything I read on the internet, it was only other goons trolling me and not the parks themselves. I still feel stupid about the Alton crates in 2004.
Just warning you, if by some miracle an RMC opens before 2019, I will make sure you keep your word.
 

ThorpeCoaster

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Saw this on another forum today. Does appear to be a rollercoaster, but the shape seems to be a bit odd IMO. Also, can anybody make out the silhouetted structures in the background?
Never mind, it's a picture of the Meydan Racecourse bridge. Anybody got an idea of what this could represent?
 

Hixee

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Maybe it's just a generic, nice looking, stock photo that they've picked out for their presentation that doesn't mean anything?

It is, at most, a metaphor for "the road ahead".
 

ThorpeCoaster

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Maybe it's just a generic, nice looking, stock photo that they've picked out for their presentation that doesn't mean anything?

It is, at most, a metaphor for "the road ahead".
That seems most likely. It looks like a decorative slide marking the start of the 2020 part of the presentation.
 

Will

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Maybe it's just a generic, nice looking, stock photo that they've picked out for their presentation that doesn't mean anything?

It is, at most, a metaphor for "the road ahead".
Either that, or an oddly attractive bridge is about to be constructed on the nearby M3...
 
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