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Well.. it is in Japan.. and I bet most people who think of MF don't think of many coasters outside the United States.. on top of the fact not many have been on it.
I like this idea... :wink:Pokemaniac said:Other than that, I think Heide is a possibility, and perhaps BGT (Hey, they've been rumoured to get a B&M Hyper for years, and if they can fit a Hyper in there, they probably can shoehorn in something bigger as well).
well they have a hyper coaster but i was talking about a strata-coaster not a giga, in any case Blackpool are the most likely to have one simply because they have no height restrictions as far as I know. Every other park in the uk has terrible height restrictions even Thorpe cant build anything above 110ft for the next few years so who is more likely? Plus there have been rumour’s in the past that they would get a launch coaster if they ever had the money, I remember there was talk about the “bigger one” a while back but obviously at the moment they don’t have the £££.Slash said:^ What are you on about. As if they will get one! They have enough coasters and have a very tall ride as it is. There is simply no need whatsoever for it and yes they don't have the money and from what i can see they don't have room.
So NO they will not get a giga. Out of all the parks THAT ONE is one of the least likely!
As rollermonkey pointed out, they have seriously considered a ride going out over the prom, up over the beach and back. They have even had design work done. At 97 years old, I would have thought you might remember that recent history. You can protect anything from corrosion if you're willing to spend. PMBO has some of the toughest corrosion protection around.Blaze said:And where could they build it, even if they had the room, Blackpool weather would probably destroy it anyway.