Terrible news out of Edmonton today, as they've declared that the iconic Mindbender - which has been left collecting dust since at least July 2021 - will not reopen and indeed be removed;
I'm going to go off on a tangent for this one and generalize how Jinma could be on track to gain a foothold in the Western Market. Some context is necessary.
The thing is that Jinma has set themselves up perfectly to do just this. In the past two years alone they established their spinoff Noble...
Yea but the caveat to this is that the layout ends with the train on a spike and turntable, which means that they theoretically can't dispatch the next train until the previous is completely off of the circuit.
Apparently work related. Two days ago a local friend saw firetrucks and ambulances pull up to the lot where they're storing parts, allegedly something happened while they were unloading log fume pieces from a shipping container. See the photo below;
Horrible incident this week on the construction site of Flying Viking, as a contractor from Sky High Coasters has passed away. The individual is said to have been the son of Sky High's owner, details are unclear;
Planning and zoning are still ongoing, but they’re expected to receive final approval from City Council on February 2;
Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney complied a giant FAQ list with loads of information on the park, I'll quote it below but put the key stuff in bold, feel free to discuss;
According to the park they’ve begun preparing the site, which will see the removal of their Drop Zone Skycoaster and Revelation booster in addition to the vacant Corkscrew lot. Curiously enough the original plans did show that the latter would be relocated to the former’s site, but plans could...