I thought the date for the decision is the 25th of July, from what I read previously in the thread?
Planning applications usually have a ‘decision BY date’ in my experience. Although I confess, I have not read all of this application.I thought the date for the decision is the 25th of July, from what I read previously in the thread?
Are you sure? @roomraider Can you please confirm if the coaster has left MAPS yet?I don't know if this was already been said but since it's in the title of the topic I think it still not confirmed.
I got the info from a reliable source but the 10 inversion is indeed the one from Hopi Hari, Interlink was in charge a reselling it. The coaster is right now in Taiwan and about to be shipped.
Are you sure? @roomraider Can you please confirm if the coaster has left MAPS yet?
EDIT:- Found the coaster on the Intamin website, with its status listed as "SOLD" (unsurprisingly) :-
Date of manufacture 2011, does that mean it’s rev 1 and not rev 2?
It states in the document attached that it was manufactured in 2011, that’s why I asked.Think you might need to sort your post out...
This is a Rev. B, it was either the first or second to be manufactured, Crazy Coaster was the first one to open, in 2013.
They've actually discretely removed the #Colossus from their post...Hopefully they haven’t actually named it Colossus as that’s what’s in the hashtag. If they do then that would be funny and very confusing