Is there no chance they could maybe remove some of the signage and theme these a little? I sort of feel like maybe some new flats were always planned for 2021, but with covid meaning that Gangsta Granny was delayed, they had to come up with some quickly?
1. Icon - by a light year
2. Grand National
3. Probably the Big One?
5. I’m guessing probs Avalanche, but haven’t ridden it in a decade
7. Big Dipper - the most painful experience I’ve ever had on a ride though
8. Nickelodeon Streak
9. Blue Flyer
Not been on Steeplechase.
I'd say this seems a bit pessimistic. Before Icon, the park had been making medium sized investments every couple of years with Nickelodeon Land, the Wallace and Gromit ride and Sky Force. It wouldn't be that surprising if another similar investment opened in 2020, as it would follow the trend...
Most of that isn't actually far off though, apart from the old Vekoma track on the right. Has anyone got any photos of these construction borders? They're not reliable in accurately depicting the ride, I agree, but they would be interesting to see.
I’m no way whatsoever is this gonna beat the Smiler in popularity ? Yeah it’s good that it’s another major non-Merlin coaster, following Icon and the Paultons one, but if it wasn’t being sold for cheap then they wouldn’t have gotten it. I guess it will hopefully up visitor numbers, but they’re...
Yeah he literally said “imagine if”. You quite often accuse people of being overly aggressive towards you (which may sometimes be the case), but you’re just doing to a newer member than you, what you claim to condemn.
Will they actually get rid of it though or will they just pretend it's not there whilst they work out what to do with it? I'm going for the latter, I'm pretty sure I remember reading that the owner even said it was gonna be closed all year and they might repair it eventually, or something along...