Busch Gardens Unveils New 9,600-Mile-Long Endurance Coaster

birdhombre's avatar

Not posted to News since it isn't news. ;)

http://www.theonion.com/articles/busch-gardens-unveils-new-9600mile...e-c,36691/

From the looks of the photo, I guess this explains where all the Togo stand-ups have been going...

Also, the last paragraph is particularly funny for me, because a friend and I made a track like that in CoasterCAD back in the day.

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sws's avatar

sucks....

Terrible capacity. I hate long lines.


I was enjoying this article immensely and smiling throughout. Then I got to the quote near the end about having to wait 90 minutes to ride again. That's when I lost it..in a good way.


The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist

http://support.gktw.org/site/TR/CoastingForKids/General?px=1248054&...fr_id=1372

bigboy said:

Terrible capacity. I hate long lines.

You sure? I would think that a 9,600 mile long coaster would have thousands of blocks along the way, allowing for the usage of thousands of simultaneous trains. Sounds like it should have pretty good capacity.

"the worlds first transcontinental steel coaster"

Glad they noted the first STEEL coaster to do this, since Patrick Warburton's Zero Gravity Gulch would be the first coaster ever, and it was wood.

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Thabto's avatar

It will go right near Cedar Point. They should put a station there. Maybe that's Cedar Point's 2015 announcement.

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