Land Clearing at SFGADV!?!

Monday, February 18, 2002 3:28 PM
Hey guys has just added  a new rumor it's  pic of what looks to be some land clearing at Six Flags Great Adventure across from the Log Flume. There has been a rumor for a while that there was going to be a new Theme section across from the log flume and i think we have our first proof of this!! Check it out!
Monday, February 18, 2002 3:31 PM
Proof?  Land clearing can mean anything.  It's not proof of a new themed section.  Could just be a new bathroom.  We'll have to wait for a press release for proof of anything. (Or photos of actual construction)
- Peabody
Monday, February 18, 2002 3:39 PM
Um I think those arial photos are old.  That pict may have already been taken a long time ago.  I tried that with my house once and it was still full of dirt.
Monday, February 18, 2002 3:43 PM
That pic is pretty old. If you look, that is behind Skull Mountain. If you look to the top left corner...I am pretty sure all that dirt is Nitro construction. It doesn't seem to be new, but I could be wrong!
Monday, February 18, 2002 3:44 PM
I agree with Peabody on this one.The same thing has occured at SFA.Just because a park has started clearing land doesn't really mean that they are adding anything new in the near future.
Monday, February 18, 2002 3:50 PM
SFGAdv. is my home park, and i'm almost positive that that picture is old.  As stated before the dirt area in the upper left is where NITRO was being constructed.  And since you can't see any of NITRO like you should be able to from that picture, its and old one.
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Monday, February 18, 2002 3:51 PM
Pretty big bathroom, it might not be anything but why not have hope? But it is old considering there not even showing the right spot. Thats Psp not the frontier log flume.
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Monday, February 18, 2002 3:58 PM
You guys do know that they own all of that land, right?  I mean, they own everything seen in that picture and a lot more that isn't even shown.  Still, that has been that way for a while.

Nothing new for a while.  A whole new section takes a long wimt to build.  Might I also add in the fact that the area leading to there is just a very thin dirt road that is used by construction and work equipment only.  If they were to make it intoa new section, which they probably will once they get the money, they would have to do some serious widening and make some other sort of transportation ala SFWoA. 

-Kyle Brylczyk

Tuesday, February 19, 2002 6:48 AM
Six Flags Great Adventure has been on a "major new coaster every two years" cycle since 1993 (not including Skull Mtn), and I see no reason for them to switch from that.  I think its safe to assume that the park's next coaster will be in 2003, and I am placing my money on some kind of flying coaster, either a Superman Ultimate Flight clone or an Arrow 4D.  As I have always said, SFGAdv is either first or second to get a new type of coaster (ex: Batman & Medusa).

*** This post was edited by Rob Ascough on 2/19/2002. ***

Tuesday, February 19, 2002 11:04 AM
I called Sixflags Great Adventure today and spoke with a woman in the marketing department and she said that there was to be no new rides for 2002. So im sure there is going to be somenew shows.

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