I don't think a YouTube comment is worth investigating. It's a worthless piece of information.
and he rides a wildcat on Darling Harbour (around 32min on the YT video) ; presumably a traveling one as RCDB doesn't list anything there.Last night I happened upon Clive James - Postcard From Sydney from 1995 which features a visit to the then-abandoned Luna Park. Includes a couple of shots of the Big Dipper coaster which was relocated to Dreamworld.
Starts at the 22m mark.
It's on iPlayer here and if you can't access that, there's a lower quality version on YouTube.
I've just been catching up with this (and it is indeed hilarious). I reckon one of the writers might be a bit of a goon - in a subsequent episode there's a reference to "the mouse ride at Morey's Piers".I'm not really sure where to post this, but I've just finished watching season 2 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and they go to Universal Studios in the last episode!
hahahaha They have a plot about us, what they call "coasterheads", and the portrait is so funny and somehow pretty accurate.
Well the show is hilarious and one of the characters even knew that Rip Ride Rockit is a "X-car" coaster. loved it.
Here's a link (UK only, available for a month) ; https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jz8p/the-one-show-12062020Worth a watch on iPlayer for the LOLs (and some cool drone shots TBH).
Does anyone else get irritated when they talk about one park but show footage from a park on the opposite side of the planetThis latest episode of the BBC Travel Show is filmed in Margate and has a segment on theme parks reopening around the world. They have interviews with the CEO of Dreamland and Taylor from Coaster Studios pops up as well! Starts around 15 mins in.