You can just about see the return path in this picture, it sticks really close to the bottom of the track
From this set from a few pages ago: https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=783315102497748&id=228724551290142&set=pcb.783317022497556&source=48
Off-topic but I love the 'qty to deliver' & 'qty delivered' boxes. I know it's just boilerplate but I'd love to see the goods-in guy's face when just a tag turns up and he finally gets to put a '0' in the box!
Without implying anything negative about Merlin's maintenance schedule, I do wonder how much of their maintenance is reactive Vs proactive. They seem to leave things until they give up the ghost and take a ride down, instead of replacing stuff beforehand
If I'm reading the google translated application right then this application is for a stand-up restraint that allows riders to crouch and stand back up during the ride!
It cites a Vekoma patent for a similar restraint that allowed riders to move up and down, left and right, and forward and...
Come on, if you're going to cherry pick a quote you could at least pick one further into the text, that actually says what you think it does. That document is from June, when the number of new cases in Norway was under 50, so the advice (for Norway) was based around that. It even says so in the...
Masks work, but only when enough people wear them. Unfortunately, people don't wear them because...reasons?
They're probably talking about cases rather than deaths and hospitalisations because now we know that it can have long term effects even if you didn't have bad symptoms during infection...
Interesting that it has no welds, and that that's a selling point. I guess welds adds a different maintenance problem that doesn't usually come with a woodie.
I wonder how it's fabricated without welds? Bends, bolts, or both?
Someone went out and used physical, actual equipment and you're still arguing using marketing figures and best-guess computer simulations? I'm sure an intamin can hit their quoted figures in the best case scenario, in the same way I'm sure every coaster ever built can hit their theoretical...
Unless Phantasialand are in cahoots with the airlines, feeding them the opening date so they can bump ticket prices? :P
I'm super stoked for this whole area and think it looks amazing, however I want to open now so that it's done. Finished. Over with! There's only so much anticipation I can...
Share it or don't, but the whole "10 likes and I'll release it" shtick is just a bit desperate.
I'm genuinely really happy for you that you're able to be so close to the project, but nobody likes a showoff ;)
Unless they were told to keep it secret. If a post hits the internet phantasia will have banned the blogger and everybody that saw the post before you can say "that wall's not finished! Surely nobody values internet points more than the chance to actually, finally, go on the flipping thing!