Damn thats a good point. Why remove something thats been a problem (that they caused) and keep it around.I'm not going to bet against it, but I'd honestly be shocked if the ride went to Frontier City or any other SF property. The purpose of removing the ride is to reduce maintenance costs. Moving it to another SF property isn't eliminating the maintenance cost. It is simply sweeping it under a different rug, while also paying a lot of money to have it swept under a different rug.
Ill bring it up again. How come Silverwood, an independent park, run their GiB better then Six Flags?What park would buy this though? considering the fact that it had horrendous down time and such. The only chain I could see buying it is Cedar Fair in order to send it to a small park like Michigans Adventure?
Ill bring it up again. How come Silverwood, an independent park, run their GiB better then Six Flags?
They didn't add a new train that wasn't by Vekoma, and they had Vekoma come in to make sure everything was right.
Aw, that's hard luck. At least the mouse they're getting is solid.and this is a stinger for me, but before September, Alabama Adventure was going to be the park to get Goliath, and papers were about to be signed, but the park backed out at the last second for Winnies wild mouse.
Great Escape knows exactly what kind of locals they have to deal with, I'm surprised that they might have even considered this.Frontier City and The Great Escape both were allowed to come in and take a lookLake Winnie and The Great Escape were the leaders for it last they heard.
I was shocked by it also. I think they are mostly looking at it for a chance to add a new ride and see if the locals are ok with it.Great Escape knows exactly what kind of locals they have to deal with, I'm surprised that they might have even considered this.