Doesn't matter whether the URL works or not, we all know that Furie is the only person allowed to post it. It's the way it's always been!
No. We still need the first inversion, drop, and first half of he sea-serpent roll yet.On that first picture I was like, "That isn't as tall and intimidating as I was expecting it to look..." But on the second I went "WOW!" This is going to be an iconic coaster not just in terms of uniqueness, but also in the scenic and (dare I say?) beautifully shaped elements. Anyways, doesn't the completion of the dive loop mean that Steel Curtain's track construction is fully complete?
omg yessssFor those wanting the really high detailed graphic:
And yes, it's an inversion. Or at least, as much an inversion as a B&M Wing Dive Drop has.
As a matter of fact, Steel Curtain is rumored to be aiming for a July opening. I feel very sorry for you if you'll end up missing what looks to be a spectacular ride. But hey, I missed Tigris' soft opening by one day! I know, it's merely a clone; still,l I was pretty disappointed that I couldn't take a ride.With news of track replacement, I’m assuming this has no chance of opening at the end of May/start of June? This is going to be one bad spite
I agree June 9th probably isn't gonna happen. I think early July is a pretty good if optimistic guess because I am thinking they can have all the track installed by the end of May and then will need a month for testing and final touches.Oof, rough news. Solidifies my belief that early June is not happening and I will plan accordingly. Im thinking of shifting to SFoG on my way back (helluva lot closer to Tallahassee too, rather than flying in from Pitt which still will need a layover), and when I go to Dollywood later in the year, I may tack on a 2nd leg to Kennywood, when the ride will be open.
Even if progress really explodes, June 9 seems quite unrealistic.