Posted Friday, July 23, 2010 12:07 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Thursday the Fair Board approved an agreement that requires Six Flags to turn over all but one of its rides at Kentucky Kingdom. The Fair Board would pay Six Flags more than $2 million, and the company would also be forgiven overdue rent and back taxes.
Read more from WDRB/Louisville.
I've actually heard more credible people say that it isn't a different gague
I guess you might have to start wondering who your source's source is. Because in this case, they're not correct. :)
Yeah, I acknowledged that its a fact. Once actual proof was shown and not someone's word. Funny how that works, and how quickly someone else was able to post that.Last edited by Tekwardo, Monday, July 26, 2010 3:46 PM
Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
I'll let this one slide. ;)
Theres tons of old G trains out there to be had. SFNO's Geaugas four, Maybe even Wild adventures if they decide to used Wildcats.
I'm sure Geauga's were scrapped.
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