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CLues so far:

IVY, "DESIRE", STEEL, BOLT, ILLINOIS, SUBMARINE, and LOGS.

I'm going with the Python Pit at Go Bananas in Chicago.

 

Ivy = the park is on the north side of Chicago, not far from Wrigley Field, which is famous for ivy walls

Steel = it's a steel coaster

Illinois/Lincoln = it's in Illinois, the Land of Lincoln

"Desire" = song by U2, who had a concert at Soldier Field in Chicago this summer (that's a reach)

 

WOW- You earned at least two points there... but it's not the coaster in mind... Keep going, though- as I like the way you think (even if it IS Wrigley Field and not ATT Park...)

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Texas Cyclone

 

- Held together by bolts

- Steel strip of over wood track

- Located in a boardwalk themed area similar to the original Cyclone – boardwalks are close to the beach, where there’s water and possibly submarines

- Made of logs

- Sister coaster to another Cyclone clone in IL

- Once the number 1 coaster in the world

- Clam-shaped headrests later in life

- Located in the same park as a Batman coaster (Poison Ivy as a villain)

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Katapult at Splash Zone Waterpark

HIDDEN, STEEL, BOLT, SUBMARINE, ILLINOIS, IVY, CLAM and LOG

 

Log- On a boardwalk, also the park had a wooden.

Clam- Near the ocean.

Ivy- The ride could be covered in ivy, abandoned in a field.

Illinois- Lincoln's in this photo! http://www.rcdb.com/1942.htm?p=5274

Bolt- Bolted together and apart, it was a traveling coaster.

Steel- It was steel.

Hidden- The location of any Schwarzkopf Catapult is unknown.

Desire- RD probably desires to ride this rare Schwarzkopf.

Submarine- Since its a waterpark.

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Demon - SFGAm

 

Held together by bolts – built by the same company that built a lightning bolt themed ride in the park

Steel coaster

Close to water rides

Surrounded by trees and plants (Log and Ivy)

Located in Illinois

Very desired by families as a first looping coaster for their kids

Located next to a coaster with clamshell restraints

Portions of the ride are hidden by tunnels and foliage

Part of the original ride is still operating and part of it is gone

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Katapult at Splash Zone Waterpark

HIDDEN, STEEL, BOLT, SUBMARINE, ILLINOIS, IVY, CLAM and LOG

 

Log- On a boardwalk, also the park had a wooden.

Clam- Near the ocean.

Ivy- The ride could be covered in ivy, abandoned in a field.

Illinois- Lincoln's in this photo! http://www.rcdb.com/1942.htm?p=5274

Bolt- Bolted together and apart, it was a traveling coaster.

Steel- It was steel.

Hidden- The location of any Schwarzkopf Catapult is unknown.

Desire- RD probably desires to ride this rare Schwarzkopf.

 

LOL- Yes, I DO wish I could have ridden it- but that's not the "DESIRE" I was thinking of- nor is it the right coaster...

 

Greezed Lightnin' at SFKK.

 

Bolt = lightning

Illinois = used to be located at SFGAm

Lincoln = he was born in Kentucky

Steel = the ride is steel

Submarine = parts of the track of the former shuttle loop at Six Flags Marine World were used to repair parts of Greezed Lightnin'

 

You were very warm a while ago... and while Greezed lighting DOES make me hot, your answer is cold...

 

"DESIRE", LOGS, CLAM, ILLINOIS, STEEL, BOLT, IVY, SUBMARINE, and HIDDEN.

 

Keep going, everyone. if you start to put other people's answers together, you'll get VERY close to it.

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Tidal Wave at CGA

 

IVY, LOGS, ILLINOIS, STEEL, BOLT, and SUBMARINE.

 

Ivy: the concrete is overgown on one side by Ivy

 

Logs: (if i remember right) the station had a bunch of theming of logs like a pier

 

Illionis: Great americas sister park was in Illinios (now six flags great america)

 

Bolt: Its like other rides which have bolt like greased lightning, also there was a locking bolt onto the train from the catch car.

 

Submarine/Clam: The ride is named after a giant ocean wave, come on!

 

And its a schwarzie, which makes it a goodie, therefore desire

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Dark knight-sfga

Steel coaster

In Illinois

Hidden in a box

Poison ivy batman villain

Cars look kinda like clams

In a park with 2 log flumes

Center of batmans logo is yellow like yellow submarine

Steel bolted together

And why did they desire to have two wild mouse coasters in the same park and everyone desired to see te movie

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Tiger Terror at Safari Land.

 

Illinois = it's in Illinois

Ivy = located near Addison, Wrigley Field is on West Addison Street, ivy walls

Steel = steel coaster

Bolt = you see a tiger, you're terrified, you bolt

Submarine = the Chicago subway system stops near here? (there's a train stop, but I don't think it's underground)

Hidden = the coaster is hidden inside a building

Desire = I desire to be done with this contest.

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Another Guess:

 

IVY, LOGS, ILLINOIS, STEEL, BOLT, and SUBMARINE.

 

Ivy: Alot of the structure is covered in it

 

Logs: Its structure is made of them

 

Steel: Even though the structure is wood, the rails are steel

 

Bolt: You can see and hear them on the ride and

 

It has an underwater tunnel like a submarine

 

And it desires to actually be the worlds first tubular steel coaster

 

Its the Runaway Mine Train at SFOT

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Lightning Loops

 

Bolt – electricity, lightning

Steel coaster

Painted similar colors to a submarine (probably used the same paint too)

Built where a Batman clone sits today (Poison Ivy)

Batman coasters originated in IL

Half the ride is operating and the other half is defunct

This coaster was once very desired because it went upside down

One of the trains was a blue/white color (color of some clamshells)

The defunct half is hidden from view of the GP

Supernova was a planned name for a ride at GAdv

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SUPERNOVA, CLAM, ILLINOIS, STEEL, BOLT, "DESIRE", SUBMARINE, IVY AND LOGS.

 

Supernova: The Hydraulic system also has a pneumatic section that expells super hot gas, just like a supernova

 

Clam: it has wonderful clamtype lapbars

 

Its made of steel

 

Its had issues with bolts on the launching cable

 

Many in the area "desire" to ride it

 

Its painted yellow like a submarine

 

The Queue is full of Ivy and Logs

 

The parks nearest competition is in ILLINOIS

 

Its Top Thrill Dragster.

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Lightning Loops

 

Bolt – electricity, lightning

Steel coaster

Painted similar colors to a submarine (probably used the same paint too)

Built where a Batman clone sits today (Poison Ivy)

Batman coasters originated in IL

Half the ride is operating and the other half is defunct

This coaster was once very desired because it went upside down

One of the trains was a blue/white color (color of some clamshells)

The defunct half is hidden from view of the GP

Supernova was a planned name for a ride at GAdv

 

Excellent logic. You're on the wrong track, but excellent logic.

 

SUPERNOVA, CLAM, ILLINOIS, STEEL, BOLT, "DESIRE", SUBMARINE, IVY AND LOGS.

 

Supernova: The Hydraulic system also has a pneumatic section that expells super hot gas, just like a supernova

 

Clam: it has wonderful clamtype lapbars

 

Its made of steel

 

Its had issues with bolts on the launching cable

 

Many in the area "desire" to ride it

 

Its painted yellow like a submarine

 

The Queue is full of Ivy and Logs

 

The parks nearest competition is in ILLINOIS

 

Its Top Thrill Dragster.

 

Also great logic- but nope. you're also on the wrong track.

 

Remember to ask YES and NO questions, too-

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Shockwave from SFGAm?

 

- Its not operating but a near clone of it is. Plus its trains are in use and some of Demons track was replaced with Shockwave track

- Its built with bolts, shocks come from bolts of electricity

- Steel coaster

- In Illinois

- Track was blue, like water, which submarines go in

- The ride had trees around it, trees make logs

- Superman now stands in its place. He's a hero, Ivy is a villan, both from DC Comics (I think )

- Superman is a B&M, B&Ms use clam shell restraints

- People have desire for it to come back some day

- Theres such thing as a Supernova Shockwave!

http://gizmodo.com/5629800/this-is-how-a-supernova-shockwave-looks

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Did/does the ride operate on a waterfront?

 

No- But keep going on that thought for a bit...

 

Shockwave from SFGAm?

 

- Its not operating but a near clone of it is. Plus its trains are in use and some of Demons track was replaced with Shockwave track

- Its built with bolts, shocks come from bolts of electricity

- Steel coaster

- In Illinois

- Track was blue, like water, which submarines go in

- The ride had trees around it, trees make logs

- Superman now stands in its place. He's a hero, Ivy is a villan, both from DC Comics (I think )

- Superman is a B&M, B&Ms use clam shell restraints

- People have desire for it to come back some day

- Theres such thing as a Supernova Shockwave!

http://gizmodo.com/5629800/this-is-how-a-supernova-shockwave-looks

 

I'll have to use that one in the future... I like it. Sadly, it's not the right coaster. But your logic is IMPECCABLE!

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BuzzSaw Falls

 

As Powder Keg, it's somewhat still open.

 

It's a submarine as it's a watercoaster.

 

As Powder Keg the nitro laanch explodes like a supernova.

 

Log themed cars.

 

Ivy in the terrain it follows.

 

Isn't a car from the BuzzSaw Falls hidden in Powder Keg's que?

 

Powder Keg has a fast acceleartion and bolts quickly.

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