Personally, I think it is dead.
The whole structure in the second half suffered from massive lateral forces, that shook the trains and track to bits.
Track that was a British Rail build!
For a small park, keeping it in good repair was a massive cost, a mile and a half of track, with wooden...
Haha, just posted on another site that all the coasters at the Towers are fine for a six foot three lard arse, the only ride I struggle with is Colossus!
I did manage, but only by being pinned.
Broad shoulders and tall is the issue, not a massive gut...no need to avoid the Fabulous Fast Foods Mr...
I know they are heading west, but to say China is capitalist to all intents and purposes is simply wrong.
China is very much a communist state, by any measure.
One party state, direct rule, use of compulsory mass labour in building projects, many people locked up for "training".
Ok, so they are...
Every theme park today is run on capitalistic lines...end of.
They run aiming at profit, and if you ain't got the money in your pocket...sod off.
If you know of a park that regularly allows large numbers of unemployed and poverty stricken individuals in on a continual basis, for free, because...
Didn't have a problem with the belts myself, felt they were completely unnecessary, but it was more the phone scanning and covid cleaning caused the problems...and the speedyp(assholes) of course.
The seat belts aren't a flop in my mind.
Did that myself last year regarding the South Pier at Blackpool, absolute chaos with no distancing or checking on entry, dangerous levels of crowding in the main arcade, and staff who didn't seem to care.
Complained to the HSE...I wasn't the only one apparently.
They told me it was not in their...
Forward shuffle with the arse, overextension of the distended beer gut, arms down by your sides to hide the forward shuffle, gentle raising of the knees to keep the lap bar up just a little on the ratchets, additional "car style" seat belt pulled out at fullest extent.
Slight standing at all the...
Almost as bloody stupid as letting a crowd in at the indoor snooker in Sheffield, but not letting the crowd in at Wembley for the football, which has a thousand times more airspace, and is outdoor.
Government rules, but make it up as you go along and call it an experiment!
Nice report...I don't do busy days anymore, my old man's knees can't cope.
The only other report I have yet seen was negative in the extreme...no fun, no distancing and struggles with F&B.
The indoor rides can open because there is no mixing of groups once you are in the ride...the ride cars...
Overall, yes, slightly.
But the actual rates vary by country.
India is the nation that is really struggling, but with the millions that have attended the Kumbh Mela over the last month, that is really no surprise.
Must add regarding the matter, I have a very poor sense of smell, and after many years experience in the pub trade, the ladies is always in a far rougher state by the end of the day than the gents.