Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by pawel98123, Oct 27, 2018.
There is a photo near the beginning of last page that shows red track.
Love that view of EL in pic 1, where's it taken from?
Looks like they are continuing to work through the winter despite the snow.
A drone i guess
I'm so excited to see the mass of wooden supports that are going to accompany this. I'm always a fan of a huge bulk load of wooden struts together.
Wow, yeah, that is... dense!
Dense wood is best wood. This is gonna be gorgeous.
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Oh wow. That set of photos REALLY shows the magnitude of this ride. That structure is going to be DENSE.
Yeah, I didn't realize how expansive this footprint was gonna be!
Given the restrictions they've had with other rides, they really wanted to go crazy. LOVE IT!
Damn, they really have gone all out for this one. Hopefully some other parks take note and purhase more massive RMC ground-ups
That supporting structure sure looks dense. Is Energylandia sitting on an site prone to earthquakes or is its soil special to require such supporting? Maybe it's just me, but I don't recall other ground-up wooden coasters (read: Outlaw Run or Wildfire) having those many wooden supports.
This section photographed will support one of the tallest sections of the ride and will also contain multiple pass throughs of the structure.
Is there any layout leaked for this? I actually have no idea what to expect at all
Can do you one better mate, a confirmed (at the time) layout from the park
If you YouTube 'Zadra POV' there's some smoother replications people have made on NoLimits.
I've found this one to be the best:
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