Listed, so going nowhere.
Or they'll just run a chainsaw through it and make up any excuse they like to pacify the council. Not like they'll bother making them rebuild it.^Maybe, but being listed does not necessarily guarantee its future, safety will always come first. And if it can't be used as a coaster as it is because of safety concerns, and it can't be altered enough to make it safe due to it being listed, well... then what? It can't just sit there, taking up space forever more as an unusable structure.
My old secondary school was a grade 2 listed building, but they wanted to build some new houses there, so they rather conveniently 'found' some asbestos in the roof and boom! Listed status overturned, 'Elf and Safety see, and the bulldozers were on site before the ink dried.
If PB want to get rid of the Nash, they will.
I'm actually glad somebody else had the balls to say this - sadly, I didn't ride it pre 2005, so I've never especially enjoyed it!If it comes back in is current guise I for one couldn't care less. Its an awful ride that needs drastic work to make it rideable. This is a shame as recall it being wonderful 20 years ago.
Er...two years in prison and an unlimited fine...depending on how blatantly naughty your staff have been with the petrol and matches.Yeah, no.
It's about a £3K fine or something if you destroy something that's listed. There's no actual deterrent, other than the bad publicity.
It never really happens, other than in obvious arson cases..Er...two years in prison and an unlimited fine...depending on how blatantly naughty your staff have been with the petrol and matches.
I feel like it'll be something smaller and lower budget than Icon. I feel like Icon, to them, was sort of "top level" of what they could install.I do wonder actually, what do you all think could be the next major project at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, where will it be located and when will it be?
Would love all of your predictions...