SharkTums Posted August 28, 2017 Share Posted August 28, 2017 Honestly. Not that strange. Merlin didn't spend money on maintaining the ride as other parks with prefab woodies do. When it was deemed no longer safe to run they didn't fix it immediately they've left it for a year to 'decide' what to do. Meaning it has been left to rot. So the fact that it is now really costly to repair is no surprise. Real shame. This. Merlin is really starting to get to me. I'm just not happy with how they're running a lot of their "newer" acquired parks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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