Posted Friday, February 10, 2012 9:35 AM | Contributed by Jeff
It took more than two tons of steel to make the massive eagle that will be shipped south of the border later this month to adorn a new rollercoaster at Dollywood. Metal sculptor Kevin Stone of Metal Animation Studio Inc. in Chilliwack, B.C., was commissioned by Dollywood to build the giant $250,000 bald eagle, which stands about two stories high and has a wing span of 14.6 metres.
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This sculpture is massive. I saw some pictures of it last week (not sure when the pics were actually taken though) and I love how much it has rusted already. With the stainless steel head and claws, this eagle sculpture it going to be beautiful.
That is pretty cool. SFGAm should have a replica Stealth plane put at the entrance of X-Flight.
They do. You just can't see it.
This sculpture is the settlement.
+1 to kpjbLast edited by Jason Hammond, Tuesday, February 14, 2012 6:41 PM
I've been to Chilliwack.
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