The weird section of track on Goliath at SFMM is always odd. Where it didn't line up and they had to fill it with a tiny bit of track.
I swear I've never noticed that before. Now I have something to look for next time lol. I wonder if titian has the same bit of track too? :?Dave said:The weird section of track on Goliath at SFMM is always odd. Where it didn't line up and they had to fill it with a tiny bit of track.
I guess it's built that way because it sits on top of the tunnel & needs to distribute the load across that beam. Nice find.Thekingin64 said:
What About this support on Grand Canyon at Fraispertuis City?
Actually very common on German traveling coasters, especially on Schwarzkopf models.Xpress said:
Twister has a very strange lift indeed, but it was built that way in order to save space and keep the ride relatively compact.s15c said:
I could have sworn I saw them with a lid ontop to keep the water in from vibrations and whatever method of escape Murphy may allow for.East Coast(er) General said:
Jer said:I cannot believe no one pointed out these strange supports on Powder Keg: