I don't understand why most Parks have defunct rides in boneyards season after season ie: chairlift/cable car in CP's boneyard? Why do they have it ? What are they going to do with it? Who decides to dump ride in there?
It reminds me of the "Land Of Misfit Toys" or the "Good O Boy" who has the car on blocks in his yard.
What treasures does your home park have in their boneyard?
Off with the trims!
My fellow Americans; Let's Roll!
Six Flags Over Georgia:
Highland Swings, Flying Dutchman, and the tower from the Great Six Flags Air Racers. A lot of the mechanics took the planes home for their kids to play on. How's that for cool?
Wait, we have Viper too! ;) Who knows what else is there that I don't know about.
*** This post was edited by MisterX on 3/14/2002. ***
Kings Island: Arrow suspended coaster prototype, Intamin Giant Double Wheel, Galaxi coaster, Bug, Rotor, TOGO stand-up coaster, Skyride, Flying Dutchman, slide, Round-Up, HUSS Skylab, Blue Streak (kiddie coaster), Intamin Flight Commander, Trabant, a giant Arrow flume, ferris wheel, Bayern Kurve, Witch's Cauldrons (spinning barrels), a bunch of fiberglass Indian figurines, and several dips from wooden coasters....(ok so a couple of these rides found homes, but still...)
Don't.....look.....back! The Headless Horseman awaits you in 2002!
Model coasters and rides
It must be March, the Madness is setting in! I'm lost in Bracketville and there's no way out...
If you can't laugh at yourself, at least stop laughing at ME!
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