Nice photos. I almost forgot about this ride. It was getting a lot of attention a few months ago but then it sort of dropped off the radar. Came together very nicely. Great compact layout, nice themeing, and a cool gift shop.
------------------ Is that Freedom Rock? Well turn it up dude !!
I am definitely not one to love short coasters (lengthwise, not so much height) but wowza! For some reason I sat starting at those pics saying "Damn that looks cool!" Thorpe does an amazing job with theming and placement of their rides. I am obsessed with the pre-lift and vertical loop sections of this coaster! Geysers? How f'n cool is that?
Joe, who wants to return to this park badly next year
------------------ "No honey, the monkeys have already done enough damage on this trip." - Guy coming out of front gate at SFGAd
YES, I am pleased to say that Nemesis Inferno opened on 4/4/03 on a special Premier Screaming event for season ticket holders. Although the event was good, the ride sadly suffered a few brakedowns, and it was once down for a good 40 mins once(you dont expect that with a B&M Coaster)
Anyway, You can see my review of NI plus some photos from the event at the address below,ENJOY
Was at Thorpe Park today. All the rides were well behaved and I can't remember seeing any breakdowns at all.
Nemesis Inferno is a really, really good coaster. Highlights, for me, include
A drop as good as Batman (although it looks weaker) The pre-lift trot is tremendous A great tug out from the vertical loop The turn out from the inline twist The flick into the turn between the corkscrews