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alejon

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  1. Liseberg just released more info including pictures, on their new waterpark. Let me introduce you to OCEANA And finally, here's an overview of the whole new "Jubileum area" when finished. https://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/liseberg/pressreleases/construction-starts-on-lisebergs-indoor-water-park-oceana-3050645 After years of planning, the construction can now start on Liseberg’s year-round, indoor water park. The water park – that will be named Oceana – is the second part of Liseberg’s expansion project, marking the parks centennial in 2023. With un
  2. Thanks for the pictures, great to see the hotel going up!
  3. I went past Gröna Lund today to see if there was something to see, and a managed to catch a few pics of the construction of the "Monster-area". First up a peek through the gate of the "Tyrolen entrance". You can see part of the brake run that was installed last winter already. Another one through the same gate, only "Tyrol" visible on the left remains of the old buildings. Last but not least i took a pic from the ferry while leaving. Here we can see the new beer tavern, also visible in the first pic, replacing the old Biergarten in the same spot. Also visible is parts for the massive sup
  4. Liseberg is suing design consultant Cowi for a total amount of 68 million SEK (7.85 million dollars) for poor design and calculations of Valkyrias tunnel, causing the delayed opening. Lawyers from both Liseberg and Cowi have been involved since 2018, but since the two parties still can't come to an agreement Liseberg is now taking their claim to court. Article in Swedish: https://www.expressen.se/gt/liseberg-gar-till-domstol-kraver-68-miljoner-kronor/
  5. As is the case with Liseberg, Gröna Lund will stay closed for the whole season. Construction of the new B&M is going forward though, as well as the new area where it will stand. An article was published just a few days ago and both the name and the theme was revealed. The names is "Monster" and is themed around a monster that lives in an abandoned subway station. https://www.iaapa.org/grona-lunds-monster-sized-challenge
  6. The new zoning plan have gone out on public consultation now. Gröna Lund has released quite a lot of information here: https://www.gronalund.com/sv/Planera-ditt-besok/2024/ It's all in Swedish but in short points they state: - They hope to start construction in 2024 - The new area will consist of at least 25% greenery and vegetation. - No rides have been decided upon, the renders are just for illustrating the height limits. - Speaking of height limits, the general height limit of the new area will be 12m, however one spike at 18m, three at 30m, one at 35m and one at 45m will be allo
  7. The new trains are exactly like the old ones, including seats and the ratchet lap bar mechanism. The new trains are manufactured by Zierer, the same as the old ones. Source: I went to Liseberg a few weeks ago.
  8. Thanks for the pictures! Lisebergbanans station looks fabulous and I really like that the new trains look pretty much exactly like the old ones, though I haven't seen the lead car of course.
  9. The weather has been really nice in Stockholm this weekend, so I took a small trip by Gröna Lund to see how far they've come on the construction. Pretty far actually! Behind the fence there's a big hole, the station for the new coaster will be underground. This is where the bumper cars were last season The crane fits right into towerland!
  10. Liseberg is a limited company owned by the municipality of Gothenburg (yes, there are politicians on the board), and thus they do public procurements. The dark ride coming in 2020 got "leaked" in the same way. I say "leaked" because the information is pretty open to anyone.
  11. Liseberg is planning a new dark ride for the 2020 season, there's a public procurement going on for the actual building as can be seen on this link. Constructors will have to submit their bids latest this Friday (September 14th).
  12. A capacity nightmare, but looks really fun, I'll be sure to check it out next year! Moving the bumper cars to Furuvik also makes sense, a great addition for the target group. As to where Snake will be moved i 2020, my bet is Skara, but time will tell.
  13. Gröna Lund is teasing a new addition for next year on Facebook. [fbvideonew] [/fbvideonew] They will release what it is tomorrow, and ask what people wish for "speed, height or spin?" Through a newsletter they also confirmed that the bumper cars will close September 3rd. That's for the reconstruction of that part of the park and the B&M invert for 2021.
  14. According to GT, a local tabloid, the press day for Valkyria will be on Tuesday. The ride is complete, but hasn't been written over to Liseberg yet, they cannot open it before then. Liseberg say they don't know exactly which day they will open it to the public, but they expect it to be during next week. On Monday they say they'll have an opening date. https://www.expressen.se/gt/lisebergs-besked-da-har-valkyria-premiar/ So it could potentially open earlier than Friday it seems?
  15. Although Liseberg hasn't said anything (officially at least), rcdb now lists Valkyria opening on August 10th.
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