As a side note, they have added to the picture gallery, construction diary and an interview with John Hildebrandt all since the 4th of this month for those that haven't checked.
You have disturbed the forbidden temple, now-you-will-pay!!!
Usually. However, this ride only has 12 seats, and no seat belts. I am willing to bet the deciding factor on dispatch times will be when the block is clear.
Walt S said:
When you think about it, in terms of the ride (and almost any other coaster) the longest part of the process is loading and unloading people
Good to see they worked so hard on Alpengiest there in the background. - Matt. *** Edited 10/18/2006 4:35:33 PM UTC by CoasterDiscern***
And we should obviously consider that over what we can plainly see with our eyes.
CP's site says the steel is supposed to be done by December, IIRC.
Just a quick question, aren't LSM's more difficult to work with and more of a hassle? I just remember hearing about LIM's being much easier to work with and cheaper. I wish I had that ACE Magazine issue with the 3 page discussion on the history/info about both. If anyone has that, could they scan that article?
There is an online article that says that LSM's are more difficult to work with but they use half the power of LIMs. I don't recall if they said which costs more to build. I would go find the link but then there is a 50/50 chance I could not post it here anyway so why bother.
That's what it looks like.
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