I would rebuild the coasters that were right here in Fort Wayne Indiana. The Blue Streak from Robison Park, a sidefriction coaster and the Cyclone from Triers Park. The wood from the Blue Streak was used to build the Cyclone after the park closed!
My grandfather has many fond memories of that park (Triers.) I was looking through family photos one day and I saw the coaster in the background of them and I was like "cool!" We also have an overhead view from the 1940's that shows the whole layout of the coaster. Local restaurants also have pictures of parts of the coaster. I believe we could reconstruct the whole Cyclone with the pictures we have.
I would also want people to be able to enjoy these with me as a piece of the city's history. If I could get them into a city park or start my own park with them that would be great!
The Coney Island Cyclone!!!! I mean, Traver's looks great, but I would like to be able to ride my coaster more than once. Maybe if I was on my last leg anyway, I'd consider CB's, but I have to stick with my Brooklyn goodness!
"The examined life is no picnic", "but the unexamined life is a life not worth living"Robert Fulgham and The Golden Girls
There are some coasters like X that I'd love to ride a couple more times, but I think something more consistent that I wouldn't tire of as quickly like Phoenix or S:RoS SFNE would do better in my back yard.
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