I know this is a rather odd topic, but this came up in a discussion I was having with a friend about the platform design of roller coasters. As it were, neither of us could think of any roller coasters that travel under their own station off the top of our heads. So I'll just throw this out there, and I'm sure someone will be able to think of one or two.
Kumba at Busch Gardens If I remember correctly does. Also Nemesis Inferno over at Thorpe Park across the pond does kinda (It drops out of the station and goes back under it sort of) any whos yeah theres two off the top o' my head. I'm sure theres more.
SONiC Senshi said: Actually Kumba dives behind the station, below the holding brakes, not the station. *** Edited 1/3/2006 4:25:51 PM UTC by SONiC Senshi***
I knew it went close but couldn't quite remember seeing as I haven't been there in a year and a half. Thank you for clarification. Also, I checked out Nemesis Inferno and according to this construction pic on rcdb http://www.rcdb.com/ig1747.htm?picture=6 it does in fact go under its station. *** Edited 1/4/2006 1:00:26 AM UTC by coaster_freak00***
I'm pretty sure the Grand National goes under its station much like Kennywood's Racer, before you reach the lift. Also, although not a true pass under, would the helix around the Knoebel's Twister station count? *** Edited 1/4/2006 2:15:46 AM UTC by Ben Nelson***