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p. 41 - new expansion opening in 2024!

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Some nice pictures from Monday taken by the user Jwahl on Freizeitparkweb forum.

 

Kvasten and Twister in harmony.

 

The lift hill and the last turn seen from the queueing area.

 

A really tight fit. (Watch your head!)

 

The turns under the lift hill.

 

Twister, Jetline and Vilda Musen seen from the Jet street.

 

And a picture of Blå Tåget track by the entrance. They seem to recreate most of the old theming of Blå Tåget as well.

 

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Speaking of blue trains... the other blue train has arrived!

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Ooo boy!

 

 

Damn, I am getting so excited about this coaster,

and yet I still have No Idea when the heck I'll be there

to ride it, in all it's twisty goodness.

 

 

That's okay. Eventually. With another TPR Tour, heh heh.

 

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Can't wait to see all the footage you shoot! Is there any chance you'll be filming other coasters too? I'm sure Kvasten and Jetline each provide an interesting new ride experience thanks to the Twister being shoehorned in and around them.

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Is there a height maximum restriction for this thing? Or are we just riding at our own risk??

 

This looks absolutely crazy! It's so awesome to see two roller coasters overhead while you're on the one underneath/around them! How are the Timberliners?

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At last the video we all been waiting for! Personally, I would have preferred that it went a little faster around, but wait until my statement on Tuesday, when it is the big media day, and I' go there.Dont forget that there is a family ride with a low height limit :120cm.

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Wow.

 

I can't tell you how jealous I am of the Brit Crew going out there in a month! This thing looks awesome.

 

I never realised it would be that long, it looks like an epic compact coaster. To anyone who has ridden it, how were the trains?

 

Dave

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To anyone who has ridden it, how were the trains?

The Timberliners were awesome! Tracked insanely well, were very comfortable, and most importantly, cooperated wonderfully with my camera mounts!

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What were those Gravity Group guys smoking when they designed this??

 

In all seriousness, the layout looks crazy. It looks like there would be lots of surprise airtime, and those are some of the tightest turns I have ever seen on a wood coaster. And man, talk about headchoppers.

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Pass the kleenex, please....

 

I will say that ride is nucking futs. it's like H.G. Traver has come back from beyond, and gifted us one last piece of treasure. It's the Family coaster fro dysfunctional families.

 

Outstanding job, Robb- and everyone else who's worked on the filming of that ride- it's phenominal all over.

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^I thought this was the last major project in the park? Isn't the next huge project an expansion of the park itself that will include a B&M inverted coaster and a giant Star Flyer or has those plans been scrapped? You can see the concept artwork for the plans on the first page of this thread.

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