Tuesday, January 1, 2002 2:40 PM
I was passing the supposed section behind the water park on my way to take pics for photo class and stopped to take a look. I rode around the site and found a sign with the address "1100 Little Raven St." Now, correct me if I am wrong but, I do not think that they give coasters an address. There was a lot of piping laying around but it was nothing like on a coaster so, if SFEG is getting a coaster, its probably not there.
Tuesday, January 1, 2002 2:50 PM
The land behind the water park is supposedly a city project, which would not surprise me at all. Because if the land was owned by SFEG than they would have expanded there already. What is supposedly going to happend is a Volare behind Twister II which I would be fine with.
Wednesday, January 2, 2002 6:56 AM
Now, correct me if I am wrong but, I do not think that they give coasters an address.
Coney Island NY when coasters were built in vacant lots then they were probably given an address ;)
Sorry for being a smart ***, couldn't resist ;)
It's to bad that SF doesn't realize the potential of the City of Denver and pump more cash into Elitch. I guess it's up to Lakeside to build something big since I hear they have the room.
CP! Still the coaster capital of the world in 2002!
My fellow Americans; Let's Roll!
Wednesday, January 2, 2002 9:32 AM
Yeah, Lakeside is not really limited on room, but they will not add anything soon. They are struggling financially because of Elitch's move back in 1995, ever since than Lakeside has been neglected by the people of Denver, they just seem to flock to SFEG because it is new and they feel it is safer. The last thing Lakeside added was a kiddie land ride about 2 years ago, I might be wrong on that though, but their last real coaster was a wild mouse that was added in the 50's, it is quite sad actually. But with that aside I am still glad that Elitch's is getting something new in 2002 no matter where it is.