If you can't stand the heights, get out of the line.
next to "coasterguts", i know for sure that sfa has at least 1,000 employees working there and for them to single me out would be a gross mismanagement of time and money, which frankly they don't have. and if they do, then so be it. but it would be nice to have just a little more optimism the next time i share "priveleged information", which judging by the reaction from this post wont be soon.
finally to "batwing fan", it doesn't take a rocket scientist or even a sfa exec to know what next year's coaster probably will be. when you think about it, its almost quite obvious. they wouldn't build an inverted b/c of mind eraser and two-face, nor a flying b/c of batwing, the height limit is 200 feet b/c of andrews AFB nearby, so dont expect anything taller than superman. and all of this is just fact not things i've heard but its quite obvious. oh yeah, the name, knowing SF it probaly won't be original in name. more details to come...
next to "coasterguts", i know for sure that sfa has at least 1,000 employees working there and for them to single me out would be a gross mismanagement of time and money,which frankly they don't have. and if they do, then so be it.
Well... We are talking about Six Flags aren't we.
but it would be nice to have just a little more optimism the next time i share "priveleged information", which judging by the reaction from this post wont be soon.
Why should I be optimistic? Every time someone reports they know what the park is getting, disappointment soon follows. Sure... I will keep an eye on the area Sam talked about but I'm not likely to believe a 17 year old "supposed" park employee that is all of suddenly willing to tell the Coasterbuzz commuity that SFA is getting a new roller coaster. Especially since that individual has posted two messages and I have no way of verifying you are a park employee. If you want to meet me at the park sometime and convince me in person, private message me and we will meet in a mutually acceptable area date and time.
Also, SFI has a history relocating rides at the last minute. Until I see building permits, a backhoe digging the first hole in the ground and concrete poured for the first footer I will keep my options open.
What I was actually leaning more towards is something along the lines of Raging Bull(think SFGRAM here) as the coaster name,but only if it starts in coyote creek.
Coasterguts:I do see this "fence" as at least a sign of something happening,this is SF we're talking about here so we all know they're not too big on theming & they probably wouldn't put up a fence just for the sake of putting it there,but like you I too am not about to celebrate just yet until I see signs of construction such as permits,markers for footers or track in that fenced area of the parking lot.
Perhaps it's time to move this thread into general buzz?while it started out as a TR posted by our good friend Sam it has taken off more as a topic of general discussion on possible/probable future construction within the park.
I think the employee count of 1,000 sounds way too high. Otherwise, all the rides would be staffed correctly, such as Batwing, and the rides in Looney Tunes Movietown.
A B&M floorless along the lines of B:DK at SFNE wouldn't be half bad, as it's got quite a kick for how short it lasts.
S:ROS is like the crown jewel of SFA & I'm sure they want to keep it that way for many years to come....I also agree that a floorless the size of B:TDK would be a good fit for SFA seeing as how it can easily fit into a compact footprint such as the general area that has been hinted at so far...although I wouldn't complain one bit if it turns out to be a new layout that's slightly larger.
Has anyone given any thought to the possibility of it being a clone of Medusa west? with the Raging Bull theme & paint job of course.
The board is taking the month of august off & will resume their schedule in september but so far the park hasn't scheduled a hearing for that time & that's two months away so I'm thinking of a differnt scenario to explaain the mystery fence.
If according to SFAcoasterguy781 they are hoping to add a B&M in 05 then my money is on it being the stand up that was postponed for Batwing,the only other approved coaster is attraction#40 the runaway car ride & we all know B&M wouldn't be called upon to do a small ride like that.
The only other way for it to be a floorless is if the park does what it did when Batwing was approved & waits until sometime in december to file the construction applications,so I'm starting to believe the fence that's been spotted in the overflow parking lot is for something other than a coaster,at least not for a new B&M.
If it is for a new as of yet unapproved ride & they wait till december to get it approved there'd be no real need to store track in the overflow lot so as to hide it when no track will be delivered until december when no guests will be in the park to see it so they can just go ahead & store any new coaster track in the main lot just as the park did with Batwing's track when it was delivered to the park.
Did anyone happen to visit the park today by any chance?
Where again, should I be looking to see this from the second hill?
Austin-GO JEFF GORDON AND THE TITANS!!!!!!!
It still might be possible that it does have to do with next year's possible coaster due in part to the location...Batwing's track was stored in the main lot because it is adjacent to the service roads leading to gotham city.
The area where the ride is supposedly gonna be located isn't near any service roads so the overflow lot makes the most sense to use for storage of new track,I'm still skeptical now however due in part to the fact that the required permits to build a new ride not already on the list from 99 havn't been filed with the county for approval yet & won't be it seems for quite some time.
Still the possibility for the stand up coming might exist,remember just because none have been built recently doesn't mean the concept is totally dead yet.
Now if the fence is still there when Go with gravity visits on tuesday then there's some degree of hope,but if it's been removed already then we're back to square one,I'm still thinking the fence may have been set up for some reason other than to store new track,I mean why put it up this early when the park is nowhere near ready to even apply for construction permits to build the ride at the present time?
Austin:where's the TR from your visit on the 12th?I've looked at all the recent TR's & Sam's is the only one posted regarding SFA within the last seven days.
Did anyone visit the park today & see anything new with regards to the fence?sure the weather forecast was crappy for the most part but it never rained during the course of the day,so hopefully someone made it out to the park today & was able to observe the goings on there.
If you can't stand the heights, get out of the line.
C'mon, we've had longer threads about fences.
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