For anyone that is glued to the park cams, TTD had another soft lauch about 5 minutes ago. They will be doing periodic launces throughout the day. If you are lucky it may refresh right as the train is going up the hill.
i just made a quick site just to let you all see, this was taken off the power tower web cam.. the blue arrow shows the train; although the pic does seem abit small, the train is easily found because it is travelling over the white sector, in between the reds:
Yeah, it is pretty hard to catch, but right now it's pretty easy to catch on the launch track. Most of the time it's sitting right where the crane is at (for a few seconds. And if your lucky you can catch it on the launch track. It's tough to catch, but possible. I think they have two trains on the actual track right now.
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try this one...http://community.webshots.com/scripts/editPhotos.fcgi?action=showMyPhoto&albumID=69347632&photoID=69907458&security=PhmkIW ------------------ 420 ft. 120 mph twice, 270º twist, brakes. ONLY at cedar point.
I caught a train sitting before the launch track so I decided to waste some time and see if it would launch. I captured an image of the lights counting down! I'll upload it and post the link to it here later. Right now I'm seeing if they'll actually launch it.
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The train testing is on the left. What it normally looks like is on the right. Pretty cool!
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