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  1. I finally had time to work on my No Limits 2 coaster! Here is some pictures of my progress on Wild Rocket! I finally starting supporting this coaster! Here is the launch and the the first inversion! The entire layout of Wild Rocket. It's small, but that's becasue it's my first coaster in No Limits 2. Here is another project that I recently started working on! I don't have a lot done on my next project, but I I have the lift hill, the first drop, and the first airtime hill done! The RMC coaster is only a side project until I finish Wild Rocket. I will also be posting a POV of Wild Rocket when it's finished!
  2. I have busy with many things and won't be posting any updates for awhile. However, I have decided to post some sort of video related to SFWN every Tuesday and Thursday for the next couple of weeks! I really appreciate all of the comments you guys have made, so this park isn't going anywhere! Six Flasg Wild Northwest will continue on October 21st! Here is the first video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PHE95nCCTM Check back for another video on Thursday, September 25th! -Atter.
  3. Her0ofLIme and benboyrocks got hacked, so ignore this comment.
  4. Is the unnamed group Six Flags? Everyone seems to make their RCT3 park a Six Flags park.
  5. November 5th, 2004 Logan Winton-PR Manager Official Press Release "Six flags Wild Northwest announces Meltdown, a new thrilling ride that will flip riders 360 degrees multiple times! Get ready to feel the heat on this exciting attraction that stands at 105' Ft. tall and reaches speeds of up to 30 MPH! Meltdown will open in the summer of 2005!" The Ride's logo. Announcement Video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMM7BnrCcUw Well, it looks like it's finally been revealed! I can't wait for all of our guest to ride this amazing new attraction next year! I hope to all of see you in 2005 at Six Flags Wild Northwest! -Logan winton.
  6. Well, the park already has a ride named Thunderstorm. The real name of the ride has something to do with heat and liquid. Anyway, I will be posting the announcement update tonight or tomorrow! Stay tuned! -Atter.
  7. November 4th, 2004 360 Degrees. Here is one final clue before we reveal the big news! -Logan Winton.
  8. A.J. never said you would be banned for making another post, he said you would be banned if you made another separate thread for Douglas Gardens, which is what you just did.
  9. September 20th, 2004 Logan Winton-PR Manager Hello, I've been very busy these last couple of days, but I wanted to visit the park on last time this year! I think I lot of our guest have been speculating on what we are adding next year, so I decided to swing by Timber Twist to see if there was any construction in that area. I also visited Cascade Plaza, so I could check up on my favorite section of the park! This is such a beautiful section of the park! Will this view change next year? Here is a random shot of Samurai's queue! It doesn't look like there is any sign of construction by Timber Twist. I guess the new ride isn't going there. I will miss this attraction, but why are we closing it? Could it be placed near Wild Wolf? The view from Steel Hawk's lift hill might show of some construction! This has been a great year and we even saw a boost in attendance this year! The 2004 season has come and gone, but there is still 4 more days left. Don't forget to swing on by to the park before it's too late and we will also reveal our plans for next year on November 5th! -Logan Winton.
  10. September 24th, 1972 Phil Fields-Park Manager Pinewood Park has had a very successful first year and Cascade Financial Company, the company that had invested into this park, has decided to invest in other properties after seeing the large income that Pinewood Park gave them! I don't have too may details on what they have planned, but it sure looks like a good sign for this park! Anyway, here are some photographs I took of my visit on the last day of the 1972 season! I got to the park right when it opened! Later in the day, I decided to ride Blizzard! I really like how the park's Main Street section looks at sunset! The park's entrance sign! For anyone who is wondering, this is the Fresh Forest Café. Here is the last shot that I took of the day! It is the entrance into Stone Mountain Village! I already can't wait for the park's next season! This will be a long winter! I'm also excited because of a brand new addition that we have planned for 1973! It will be a classic ride that everyone will enjoy! Make sure to look for the announcement in the newspaper next week!
  11. I suggest moving this to the same thread as before. It seems like a waste of a thread, since you can just post this in the original Douglas Gardens thread.
  12. Why did you post a new thread just for an update of your park? You should just post this in the same thread as before.
  13. I started working on my first major No Limits 2 coaster awhile ago and I just finished the layout of the ride. I haven't done any of supports yet, but I will soon! This is just a work in progress. I look forward to posting more updates for this coaster! A train headed into the mid-course break run. The final inversion of the ride. The inversion that is right before the mid-course break run. I know it isn't much, but I will make sure to show off more of the coaster in the next update!
  14. I just read through the entire thread and this park looks awesome! I'm glad you're still working on this park!
  15. August 23rd, 2004 Jim Bright-Ride Operator Hello, My name is Jim Bright and I'm one of the ride operators for Samurai! I got hired in June and I've been working here the entire summer. I only got this job because I love roller coasters. I enjoy working for Samurai, but it's the busiest ride at the park, so it can be hard work getting the train's restraints checked for all those guests! Anyway, I was able to stay at the park after my shift and I got some cool pictures to show off, so here they are! I love the look of Samurai from this view! I took a shot of the first train of the day! I don't think the other operators were happy with me wasting my time to take the photo. After my shift ended, I decided to walk around the park and take some pictures! It was soon nighttime and I always like being in Gotham City at night! It looks like a lot of families stay at the park this late! Beaver Express had long wait time! Big Barn fields was packed. This is still the most popular addition the park has added! I heard from my manager that the park might add a B&M Flying coaster next to Big Barn Fields, but I think he was just making up stuff. I decided to take this cool shot of Grizzly! Timber Twist has been closed all month and I've heard other employees talking about a ride being removed at the end of this year. I guess we all have to wait and see what happens!
  16. That looks like a good parking lot and entrance area. I really think you should change the name of your park. It makes no sense. Cedar Fair would never name one of their parks Paramount Point. That name is just a mash-up of Cedar Point and the Paramount Company, so basically it has no logic to it. I mean, why would they do that? I can't wait to see what the actual park will look!
  17. July 5th, 2004 Hello, I'm the PR manager, Logan Winton and I'm here to show off a brand new event that is being held on the 5th of each month of the season! It's called 5 after 12 and the park will stay open from midnight to 5:00AM for season pass holders and for guest willing to pay $30 dollars for a ticket for this event! Today was July 5th, so I was able to take some cool pictures form this event! Here is all the information you'll need to attend this event! Event Hours:Midnight-5:00AM Rides In Operation:Samurai, Grizzly, Steel Hawk, Batman:The Ride, Thunderstorm, Sasquatch, and Gotham City Crime Wave. Food Services: From 2:00AM-5:00AM the Main Street Diner will have a free buffet for all guests attending the event! Here are few pictures I took from the event on July 5th! I'm sure that Samurai was a popular ride during this event! We extended the queue that was used for Ricochet because we knew that this would be a more popular attraction! It's less crowded at night, but during the day, Samurai usually gets a 60-90 minute wait! This shot was taken from Samurai's station! Sadly, we can't open all of our rides during this event. I don't really see a lot of guest riding Timber Twist, so it's probably not a big deal to our guest at the event. I was actually talking with the park manager and some other important people in the Timber Twist queue, but that's a secret, for now. I've heard that Grizzly is a great ride at night. Thunderstorm is always a great ride to get some excellent shots of the attractions nearby! I think many of our guests that attend these events are enjoying it! I can finally take a deep breath and relax. The entire PR department, myself included, have been working hard to make this a great amusement park. I believe that with these last few addition we've increased attendance, allowed for the whole family to enjoy the park, and we also have created one of the best Six Flags parks in the chain. Oh, it looks like I might have to put that relaxation on hold. I just got a very important email! -Logan Winton.
  18. These all look like great additions for the park! I think riding Rattlesnake backwards would be really thrilling!
  19. Hi, this will be a brand new park project. I will still be working on Six Flags Wild Northwest, so this will be a side project. I can't wait to share this ambitious project with everyone! -Atter. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Hello, my name is Phil Fields, the park manager of Pinewood Park. I can't believe it is finally opening day for Pinewood Park, as I have been busy making sure that everything is in place to bring joy to our guests. Pinewood Park offers enough to ensure all our guests will enjoy their visit! Cascade Financial Company, a financial institution, from Seattle, Washington, finally gave the green-light for an amusement park after years of investing in the amusement industry. I’m astonished by the location they chose for Pinewood Park, as it happens to be surrounded by the lush and green scenery of the Washington countryside. Well, why don't I just show you how truly amazing this park is? I have some photographs to share from my visit to the park. I decided to walk towards the park's wooden roller coaster, Rainer Rampage! The park's tallest attraction, Lakeside Plunge! It was great seeing guests enjoying their day at the park! I walked back to the Main Street section and rode the huge ferris wheel, The PineWheel! Here is a shot of the whole Main Street section of the park! Rainer Rampage is a magnificent wooden coaster! Since I'm the park manager, I'm allowed access to some special areas, so I had the ability to get this shot from across the lake! I think my favorite section in the park would be Stone Mountain Village! This ride is called Blizzard! I really love the theming in this section! The building on the left in the last picture is actually the entrance for Avalanche, which was a very fun ride! I'm very pleased by how many people attending the park's opening day! I would say it was a success and I think that this park will have a very bright future! -Phil Fields, Park Manager.
  20. I'm really curios as to what is happening to Rattlesnake next year!
  21. Does that article really say that the park is located in the city of Fiesta, Texas?
  22. If Cedar Point were to relocate Mantis, I'm sure it would go to another Cedar Fair park and not a Six flags park or Darien Lake.
  23. I try to comment on any new park updates that I see, so I guess I will comment on your park! First, you should really crop your pictures, so the menu on the side and the on on top don't show. Second, I really like the foliage you added to your park. Finally, I really think your paths should have fences. I can't wait to see more of this park!
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