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Shockwave opened with 4 trains, but I don't think ever actually ran 4 for the public as there was no unload station so no matter what it would have to stack 2 trains. My understanding is the second yellow train was used for parts for the other 3 trains. Around 2000 the original 3 trains were in terr...
- Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:07 pm
- Forum: Rides
- Topic: X-Flight coaster coming in 2012
- Replies: 9
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Great American Raceway had it's last season in 2010. The track was mostly torn up in the off season and of course has been closed all year this year. The cars were dispersed around the chain.
Pictorium isn't going anywhere. The IMAX equipment is long gone, but that was to costly. Was reading a newspaper article about a museum in Washington State I believe it was, they pay over $50,000 a year in fees to IMAX to lease the equipment, plus a pretty significant percentage of the ticket sales....
I rode Flashback at Magic Mountain in 1995 as well and found it to actually be a great and smooth ride. When I made it back to SFMM in March of 2001 and the ride happened to be open, it was god awful, I had a really bad sunburn, especially on my ears, and that was the only ride to ever draw blood fr...
- Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:08 pm
- Forum: Remembering Marriott's GREAT AMERICA
- Topic: PGA Monster
- Replies: 1
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http://www.usedrides.com/viewpicture.asp?expire=90&type=1&owner=0&search=1&off=10&page=11&ref=39638&sessionint=True Hopefully that link works. However when the 2 Great Americas were built, IL got The Lobster which was a Schwarzkopf Monster III, PGA got an Eylerly Monster ...