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Introducing: Graham Lakes Amusement Park (RCT2)

 

In early 1969 it was announced that an amusement park would be constructed in SW Minnesota. An owner of various local lumberyards in the area would be the lead in a group of investors looking to construct a local attraction that the area could be proud of and enjoy for generations to come. After purchasing approximately 500 acres located around the low lying land in between East Graham Lake and West Graham Lake, plans began on the new amusement park attraction.

 

Four main investors toured amusement park attractions across the county and researched amusement park trends and rides before settling on the park's final plans. An initial investment of $250,000 (in RCT2 dollars; Investor 1: $100,000, Investor 2-4: $50,000) was brought forth by the four investors to form the company, Graham Lakes Entertainment LLC. After nearly two and a half years of planning and construction, Graham Lakes Amusement Park opened Spring of 1971.

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Entrance plaza

Graham Lakes main opening day attraction is a 75 foot tall wooden roller coaster Red Raider, named after a local high school mascot. Red Raider was designed and built in house with supplies and construction completed by the Brewster Lumberyard Co. Traveling through 2,480 feet of track at a top speed of 45 mph, Red Raider thrills riders over its 90 second journey.

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Red Raider station

Along with Red Raider, six other rides debuted opening day including industry classics such as Carousel, Dodgems, American Wheel (Ferris Wheel), Twister (Scrambler), Vintage Autos, and Roulette (Round Up).

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American Wheel (Ferris Wheel), Roulette

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Vintage Autos

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Twister (Scrambler), Dodgems (Bumper Cars), Carousel

Two gift shops, "Plaza Gifts" and "Entrance Shopper", were added near main entrance plaza.

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Entrance shopper (left) and Plaza Gifts (right) located in main entrance plaza

Two eateries also opened on opening day, with "Burger Shack" serving classic burgers and fries and "Midway Sweets" serving class amusement park sweets such as pretzels, donuts, cookies, and ice cream. A seating area was also installed north of the Carousel, in the middle of the two eateries.

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Twister (Scrambler), Dodgems (Bumper Cars), Carousel

Restrooms were also constructed near the Red Raider entrance.

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Red Raider layout

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Maintenance shop

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Aerial shot of Graham Lakes Amusement Park

 

Note from the creator:

One day this summer, I decided to play RCT2 again for the first time in probably 5-10 years. I have no idea how long it's been. I stumbled upon Open RCT2 and did some research on it. After downloading and playing around with it and some new custom content I found, decided to do something I always wanted to do myself after following a few many years ago. I wanted to create and share a custom park timeline. I know RCT2 is pretty outdated, but it brings back good memories playing. I remember getting RCT2 for Christmas when it came out and playing it all Christmas break. I was probably in like 3rd or 4th grade and it was what really got me interested in roller coasters. Ended up going to Valleyfair that summer and the rest is history.

 

I hope you enjoy future posts and are curious about how the park will invest and grow. I'll try to post an update a couple times a week, or try to complete a year each week. Year 1 will be 1971, Year 2 will be 1972, so on and so forth. I will try my best to follow historical industry trends for types of rides being constructed in a particular year. I would like to construct a park that can be as realistic as possible, but I also know RCT2 has limitations. I'd also like to focus on the park's actual performance within the game. For example: try my best to increase attendance and guest satisfaction, maintain consistently high park value, focus on profits, etc. RCT2 was also my first introduction into dealing with finances and looking back, probably one of the early reasons I was interested in business and ultimately became a CPA.

 

Each year my goal is to do an "Investor Update" in early March that goes over how the park performed, what was new, quick General Manager Q&A, and a couple other items to note. Sort of a recap that closes the prior year and looks ahead to the next year. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy!

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Burger Shack (brown roofing), Midway Sweets (purple roofing) and central sitting area

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Date - October 18th, 1971:

Headline - Multiple New Attractions coming to Graham Lakes Amusement Park in 1972

 

Year 1 is almost complete in the inaugural year for Graham Lakes Amusement Park. Early reports on attendance numbers are expected to be above expected for its initial year. Graham Lakes General Manager (GM) has announced multiple new attractions coming to Graham Lakes Amusement Park in Year 2 (1972). Three new rides will debut including Tilt-a-Whirl, Skylift, and Lakeside Swans. Tilt-a-Whirl, a fan favorite and amusement park classic, will be located on the newly expanded east end of the main midway. While Lakeside Swans, which will allow guests to graze the waters of West Graham Lake, will be added on the shores near Red Raider's exit. Expanding from the west end of the park to the east end will be a new "ski-lift style" attraction in Skylift. Skylift will span approximately 1,000 feet and take riders from one end of the park to the other during its near two minute trek. Along with the new rides, Graham Lakes will be adding various guest amenities such as a pizza eatery (Papa's Pizza), a first aid building near Roulette, and restrooms on the east end of the park. Graham Lakes GM stated, "Our main mission in 1972 is to continue to grow on the success of our first year of operation. By adding three rides and various guest amenities, Graham Lakes will follow through on that mission. We hope to give first year guests multiple reasons to visit again next year, while continuing to attract new guests to the park. Year 2 can't come soon enough!"

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Markers have begun popping up around the outside of the Main Midway

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Markers on the west end of the park

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Overview of Skyline's future location

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Markers have even shown up for the future Lakeside Swans location

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Various rides in action during one of the last weekends of the operating season

 

First annual stockholder meeting is scheduled for March 30th, 1972. Year 1 results to be released to the public following the meeting. Stay tuned!

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Date: March 30, 1972

1972 Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

1st annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 1 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 688

Park Rating: 864

EBITDA: $13,702.00

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $4,948.40

Capital Investments: ~$162,788.32

Employees: 9 (6 Handymen, 2 Mechanics, 1 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $19

 

Summary:

Attendance exceeded the initial expectations of 500, by totaling 688. This was 188 guests and 37.6% higher than anticipated Year 1 attendance. Park rating was solid for opening year at 864. Operations went smooth with minimal breakdowns and no occurrences of vandalism. Graham Lakes employed 9 employees including 2 mechanics, 1 security guard, and 6 handymen. Guest surveys for favorite ride showed Red Raider as the overwhelming favorite attraction.

 

Total Year 1 investments to get the park constructed and up and running was approximately $162,788. Of the $250,000 put up by investors, $50,000 was placed in a money market account for future operational or capital investment needs. The remaining cash after total Year 1 capital investments was placed in the operating account for operational needs. The company posted EBITDA of $13,702 in Year 1. In-Park Guest Spending revenue totaled $4,948.40. Opening year entrance price was $19.

 

Future:

For Year 2 we have the ride additions of Tilt-a-Whirl, Lakeside Swans, and Skylift. We feel that with the correct marketing strategy, the park could strive for a 20% attendance increase and 5% park rating increase for Year 2. We hope to continue to grow EBITDA and total In-Park Guest Spending Revenues by 10% each with the new capital investment additions. Early response for Year 2 is showing promise to all these set goals.

 

Photo Update:

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Newly extended east side of main midway.

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Includes the east Skylift station, "Papa's Pizza" eatery, Tilt-a-Whirl, and new restrooms.

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Overview of the newly expanded park.

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Newly expanded west end of the main midway.

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Includes the west Skylift station and new First Aid building (strategically placed by Roulette)

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New "Lakeside Swans" attraction on the lake shores near Red Raider.

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Overview of Skylift and a majority of the park in early Year 2.

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Date: September 16, 1972

1972 Season Coming to an End

 

The 1972 season is wrapping up and it has turned out to be an incredible success. Performance factors and financial benchmarks are expected to once again be greater than investor expectations. Final performance and financial results will be announced at the 2nd annual shareholder meeting, expected to take place on April 13, 1973.

 

What's in Store for 1973:

Graham Lakes announces 2 new rides for next season. "Wave Swinger" will debut on the west end of the park and swing rider's in a circle near the lake banks. Guests will feel like they are part of the waves crashing into the shores of Graham Lakes while riding this classic chair-swing type ride. 1973 will also be the debut of "Scenic Tower." Scenic Tower will debut on the east end of the park and take riders roughly 175 feet in the air, all while rotating 360 degrees in an enclosed vehicle. Scenic Tower will give guests incredible views of not only the park, but the surrounding lakes. Graham Lakes GM stated, "Wave Swinger and Scenic Tower will be two great additions for the whole family to enjoy. Both new attractions will add to our constantly growing line-up of attractions here at Graham Lakes. We want to continually give guests a reason to come back and enjoy the park every year, and we will do just that with these new attractions." The GM later added that a new eatery will also debut towards the west of the park, but the final details were not yet available.

 

Photo Update:

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Markers for Wave Swinger.

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Markers for Scenic Tower.

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Date: April 13, 1973

1973 Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

2nd annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 2 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 1,065

Park Rating: 897

EBITDA: $5,007.10

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $6,324.40

Capital Investments: $23,509

Employees: 12 (9 Handymen, 2 Mechanics, 1 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Skylift

Entrance Price: $21

 

Summary:

Final attendance at the end of Year 2 was 1,065, which is an increase of 377 guests or 54.7% over Year 1 attendance. Park rating was above industry standards at 897, a 3.8% increase over Year 1 ending park rating. Operations during the 1972 season were again smooth with minimal breakdowns and no occurrences of vandalism. Graham Lakes employed 12 employees including 2 mechanics, a security guard, and 9 handymen. Guest surveys for favorite ride showed the new addition Skylift overtaking Red Raider as the park's favorite attraction.

 

Year 2 capital improvements totaled $23,509. The company posted EBITDA of $5,007.10 in Year 2, a substantial decrease from Year 1 (due to RCT2 game play having initial large attendance gains in Year 1). In-Park Guest Spending revenue totaled $6,324.40, which was a 27.8% increase over Year 1. The 1972 season's entrance price was $21.

 

Future:

For Year 3 we have two new rides debuting in Wave Swinger and Scenic Tower. Both have been well received with strong attendance numbers so far this season. After outstanding Year 2 results, we still feel that the park could realistically have a 10% attendance increase and 5% park rating increase for Year 3. We hope to continue to grow EBITDA and total In-Park Guest Spending Revenues by 8% each with the new capital investment additions. Year 2 EBITDA would have been negative when not factoring in In-Park Guest Spending Revenues. Entrance price will be increased to make up short-fall, as we would like entrance fees to cover employee wages, ride operating costs, and expenses related to marketing and maintenance.

 

Graham Lakes GM also stated to investors that the initial three phases of construction plans were completed in Year 3. Year 4 will mark the first year and start of a new rolling 4 year capital investment plan concept. In the rolling 4 year plan, the park would like to consistently have a balanced mix of plans to add large thrill attractions, family attractions, and infrastructure upgrades. Investors were curious as to what park management had planned for the next 4 years to which the GM replied, "We have something new in the works for every future year. The park will continue to expand on its selection of rides, eateries and other guest amenities. Guest surveys have indicated the need for child targeted rides, as well as the desire for more high-thrill attractions. We continue to keep an eye out on what our industry designers and developers have to offer and what other amusement parks around the country are adding each year. Any additions will have the idea of maximum financial returns and guest satisfaction behind them. For 1974, we are in the final stages of planning to add an attraction that will give guests a tour of our beautiful, scenic location. This ride will be something that any age can enjoy. Look for details and an announcement later this fall."

 

Photo Update:

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New for 1973 on west end of the park: Wave Swinger & Chicken Joint eatery.

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New for 1973 on east end of the park: Scenic Tower.

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Chicken Joint serves all things chicken along with fries and an assortment of drink options. It also includes a seating area out front. New fencing was also added to the area along with some landscaping upgrades.

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Overview of the park with the latest upgrades for the 1973 season.

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Date: September 21, 1973

"Shoreline Railway" headed to Graham Lakes for 1974 Season

 

Graham Lakes Amusement Park would like to announce its capital investment plans for the 1974 season. "Shoreline Railway" will debut in the spring of 1974. Riders will be able to take a tour of the banks of West Graham Lake on a American style steam engine trains. Guests will hop aboard this near 2 minute journey in covered train cars and travel out-n-back along the lake shores, getting beautiful lakeside views.

 

Also debuting near Shoreline Railway will be an eatery serving hot dogs and a variety of drinks. "Depot Dogs" will make its debut along Shoreline Railway and give guests another food and drink option to enjoy throughout their day.

 

3rd annual stockholders meeting is scheduled for April 09, 1974.

 

Photo Update:

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Survey markers have started popping up for the Shoreline Railway addition.

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Date: April 09, 1974

1974 Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

3nd annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 3 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 1,408

Park Rating: 956

EBITDA: $7,618.70

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $8,497.70

Capital Investments: $7,502.00

Employees: 12 (9 Handymen, 2 Mechanics, 1 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Skylift

Entrance Price: $24

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 3 was up 343 guests, a increase of 32.2% over Year 2.

*Park rating at year-end was 956, a increase of 6.2% over the prior year.

*EBITDA was up $2,494.90 over the prior season for a 49.8% increase.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $2,173.30 or 34.4%.

*Capital Investments were mild compared to Year 2 and totaled $7,502.00 for the 1973 season. Wave Swingers, Scenic Tower, and the eatery Chicken Joint were smaller investments overall, but successful in achieving their intended goals.

*Employee numbers remained constant from the prior year, as our prior 2 mechanics were able to take on the two new added additions without any new hires. No new pathways were added in Year 3, so no new handymen were needed.

*Guests voted Skylift as the park's overall favorite attraction for the 2nd straight year, beating out Red Raider by a small margin yet again.

*Entrance price rose $3 from Year 2 to $24 in Year 3, helping grow EBITDA and help move towards the goal of entry fees covering 100% of employee wages, ride operating costs, and expenses relating to marketing and maintenance.

 

Future:

Year 4 is underway and we have debuted Shoreline Railway along with the new eatery Depot Dogs. We predict Year 4 results will show the continued success and performance factors reported in Year 2 and 3. We are setting goals of a 20% attendance increase and 3% park rating increase for Year 4. We hope to grow EBITDA and total In-Park Guest Spending Revenues by a minimum of 15% each with the new capital investment additions. Year 3 EBITDA would have been negative again when not factoring in In-Park Guest Spending Revenues, but the margin closed compared to the prior year. Entrance ticket prices will again be increased, as we strive further towards our goal of park entry fees covering employee wages, ride operating costs, and expenses related to marketing and maintenance.

 

Graham Lakes GM noted to investors that Year 5 (1975) is scheduled to bring a large expansion to Graham Lakes that guest survey results have shown a desire for since the park's initial opening. The GM also noted that they are keeping an eye out on two industry companies that are rumored to debut new coaster concepts that involve inversions next year. We have been in contact with both companies and if these projects are successful, we would like to develop our own version of these inverting coasters in the near future.

 

Photo Update:

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Shoreline Railway is the latest addition for the 1974 season.

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Overview of the ride's footprint along the shores of West Graham Lake.

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Another angle of the new additions of Depot Dogs (eatery) and Shoreline Railway for Year 4.

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Date: October 13, 1974

Children's Area Expansion Coming to Graham Lakes for 1975 Season

 

An expansion targeting younger guests will debut in the spring of 1975 at Graham Lakes Amusement Park. "Kiddie Utopia" is a new expansion area that will consist of 5 new rides, including a kiddie coaster. Kiddie Utopia will be located in the center of the park and expand the current park's boundaries north under the Skylift attraction. "Utopia Subs" will also debut in the new children's area, serving sub sandwiches and a variety of drink options.

 

Graham Lakes GM told local media, "Kiddie Utopia is an addition the park has been planning diligently over the past two years and we cannot be more excited for it to debut. It will bring the second roller coaster to the park, along with the addition of four other great rides to add to our park's current line up. While we cannot announce all of the final details just yet, we are confident this expansion will satisfy our younger, milder ride seeking guests in a way the park could not before. We cannot wait to debut this new area for families and guests of all ages!"

 

Photo Update:

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A large amount of survey markers appeared late in the 1974 season.

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Kiddie Utopia will be the park's largest expansion since its initial opening.

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Date: June 6, 1975

1974 Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

4th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 4 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 1,705

Park Rating: 963

EBITDA: $8,901.50

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $10,179.60

Capital Investments: $12,140.00

Employees: 13 (9 Handymen, 2 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $26

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 4 was up 297 guests, a increase of 21.1% over Year 3.

*Park rating at year-end was 963, a slight increase of 0.1% over the prior year.

*EBITDA was up $1,282.80 over the prior season for a 16.8% increase.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $1,681.90 or 19.8%.

*Capital Investments in Shoreline Railway and Depot Dogs eatery totaled $12,140.00.

*We hired an extra security guard this year, a hire we felt was necessary due to our ever growing crowds.

*Red Raider reclaimed the top spot as the park's favorite attraction, according to guest surveys.

*Entrance price rose $2 from the prior year to $26.

 

Management is very pleased with the results from Year 4 as we continued to see a 20%+ increase in attendance for the 3rd straight year. EBITDA and In-Park Spending both rose above our targeted goals of 15%. In Year 5, we expect our attendance to top the 2,000 guest mark and EBITDA and In-Park Spending to both rise a minimum of 10%.

 

Current Season:

The 1975 Season debuted a new children's area titled "Kiddie Utopia". Kiddie Utopia features 5 new rides including a kiddie coaster named "Junior Bug." The 4 other rides include the following child and family attractions: Tea Party!, Spiral Slide, Monster Truck Dash and Magic School Bus. "Utopia Subs" was also added in the center of Kiddie Utopia, which serves sub sandwiches and a variety of drink options. This is the largest expansion the park has added since it's initial opening. Other improvements for the 1975 season include a slightly re-profiled Red Raider layout.

 

Photo Update:

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Kiddie Utopia debuted for the 1975 season. It included 5 new rides and a new eatery.

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Junior Bug is the second coaster added to the park's lineup and was an instant hit with guests.

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Utopia Subs can be found in the center of Kiddie Utopia.

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The second bunny hill and slight turn were modified. This was a very intense area of the ride and was showing drastic wear-and-tear after only 4 seasons. The re-profiled section will help deliver a less intense ride and minimize future maintenance requirements.

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The turnaround into the break run was slightly modified with a trim break added.

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Overview of the new expansion area.

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Date: October 28, 1975

New Ride Coming to Graham Lakes in 1976

 

Graham Lakes Amusement Park announced recently that its latest ride coming to the park will be named "Kamikaze." Graham Lakes GM stated that, "Kamikaze will debut in the spring of 1976. It is a "sky diver" type attraction that will take guests in a circular motion similar to a Ferris Wheel. Riders individual vehicles will also be able to twist sideways 360 degrees, allowing vehicles to travel upside down. Kamikaze will be a great addition to our thrill ride collection and give riders a new high thrill experience when visiting the park."

 

Investor Finance Update:

Investors were informed in an October letter that $25,000 of the $50,000 set aside for future capital improvements or operating needs, will be transferred into the main operating account in late 1976. The transfer is needed for a major attraction for the 1977 season that is currently in the last of its various approval stages. While the park's current overall earnings have the ability to cover the park's entire operational expenses, larger capital investments at this time will require cash infusion to avoid financing. This was anticipated at the inception of the park and planned for with the $50,000 of initial investment dollars set aside for this exact purpose. $25,000 will remain in that separate fund for future use after the planned transfer in late 1976.

 

Photo Update:

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Construction has already begun in the area Kamikaze will be added.

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Date: March 25, 1976

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

5th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 5 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 1,984

Park Rating: 993

EBITDA: $6,740.20

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $10,681.80

Capital Investments: $20,190.70

Employees: 16 (11 Handymen, 3 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $29

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 5 was up 279 guests, a increase of 16.4% over Year 4.

*Park rating at year-end was 993, an increase of 30 and a step closer to achieving a perfect park rating.

*EBITDA was down $2,161.30 over the prior season for a 24.3% decrease.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $502.20 or 4.9%.

*Capital Investments in the addition of Kiddie Utopia totaled $20,190.70.

*Two extra handyman and an extra mechanic where hired to cover the new expansion area.

*Red Raider again reclaimed the top spot as the park's favorite attraction, according to guest surveys.

*Entrance price rose $3 from the prior year to $29.

 

Year 5 was a big season for Graham Lakes. Overall attendance continued to increase at an impressive rate of over 16%. Our park rating is nearing a perfect rating with the added employees and customer satisfaction focus. That did come at a cost though as the added staff contributed to a decline in EBITDA. In Year 6, our goal is to show an increase in EBITDA again through better employee efficiency, and continue increasing In-Park Spending at a rate of at least 5%.

 

Current Season:

Kamikaze debuted for the 1976 season. After a large capital investment year in 1975, this season is intended to be sort of a breather. A short breather as 1977 plans are finalized and approved. The rumor around the park is that the GM of Graham Lakes was impressed with a new coaster on the west coast and is wanting to bring Graham Lakes its own version. With both Schwarzkopf and Arrow debuting inverting coasters in the prior year, which company did Graham Lakes GM prefer?

 

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The thrill ride "Kamikaze" debuted on the west side of the park for the 1976 season.

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Date: October 14, 1976

Looping Coaster Coming to Graham Lakes in 1977

 

The Graham Lakes Looper will be turning riders upside down in 1977. The new coaster designed by Anton Schwarzkopf will be constructed over the offseason and will be the first coaster to feature an inversion in the upper Midwest. The ride will be just under 3,000 feet in length, travel roughly 47 mph, and feature over a minute and a half ride time. The coaster will be built on the east end of the park, along the parking lot.

 

Graham Lakes GM stated, "After riding the Great American Revolution at Magic Mountain, I immediately knew that this experience needed to come to Graham Lakes. Along with our park design team, we worked with Anton Schwarzkopf to come up with a ride that will fit our park perfectly. The Graham Lakes Looper will draw people from near and far to the park and we couldn't be more excited about this addition."

 

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A second maintenance shop is being constructed before the end of the 1976 season.

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"Maintenance Shop B" is now complete. Also, an overview of construction markers for The Graham Lakes Looper, set to open in 1977.

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Date: May 1, 1977

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

6th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 6 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 2,255

Park Rating: 999

EBITDA: $7,810.00

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $12,562.70

Capital Investments: $6,940.00

Employees: 16 (11 Handymen, 3 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $32

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 6 was up 271 guests, a increase of 13.7% over Year 4.

*Park rating at year-end was 999, an increase of 6 and a perfect park rating.

*EBITDA was up $1.069.80 over the prior season for a 15.9% increase.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $1,880.90 or 17.6%.

*Capital Investments in Kamikaze and various park improvements totaled $6,940.00.

*Employee count remained the same as prior year, but efficiency was improved.

*Red Raider claimed the top spot as the park's favorite attraction for the third year in a row.

*Entrance price rose $3 from the prior year to $32.

 

Year 6's operations were vastly improved over the prior year. Attendance continued to increase double digits and a perfect park rating was achieved. EBITDA was back to positive growth and in-park spending continued to rise at a great clip. In Year 7, with the debut of The Graham Lakes Looper, we hope to increase attendance 20%, along with EBITDA and in-park guest spending increases of atleast 15%.

 

Current Season:

The Graham Lakes Looper opened late spring of 1977. This is the park's third coaster and the first to go upside down. It was inspired by the Great American Revolution at Magic Mountain. The coaster was an instant hit drawing long lines and an attendance spike. Year 7 performance expectations appear to be right on track with this major addition.

 

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Guests in the parking lot get a great view of the loop!

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The Graham Lakes Looper station and queue area.

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Overall layout for the new coaster.

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The new coaster is hit with massive crowds drawn to the east end of the park.

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Aerial shot of the park.

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Date: September 28, 1977

New Thrill Ride Planned for Year 8

 

"Galaxy Traveler" will debut for the 1978 season at Graham Lakes Amusement Park. The new thrill ride is manufactured by German manufacturer HUSS and is their Enterprise model ride. The ride will be located in the empty plot of land by the first aid station on the west side of the park. "Galaxy Traveler will be yet another great, thrilling addition for guests to enjoy here at Graham Lakes," stated Graham Lakes GM.

 

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Future location of Galaxy Traveler.

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Ride profile for The Graham Lakes Looper.

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Ride profile for Red Raider.

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GL Looper was an incredible success in its initial season.

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Date: April 3, 1978

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

7th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 7 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 2,635

Park Rating: 999

EBITDA: $19,009.70

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $14,103.20

Capital Investments: $20,837.00

Employees: 19 (12 Handymen, 5 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $36

Awards: Safest Park in the Country; Most Beautiful Park in the Country

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 7 was up 380 guests, an increase of 16.9% over Year 6.

*Park rating remained perfect at 999.

*EBITDA was increased an incredible $11,199.70 over the prior season for a 143.4% increase.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $1,540.50, another steady increase of 12.3%.

*The Graham Lakes Looper cost $20,837.00 in capital investments. It was financed with a $25,000 infuse of cash into the operating fund from the company's separate money market account.

*Two additional mechanics and an additional handyman was hired to account for the addition of Graham Lakes Looper.

*Red Raider again reclaimed the top spot as the park's favorite attraction, despite the addition of The Graham Lakes Looper. Long lines for the new coaster may have led to some guest unhappiness overall with the ride.

*Entrance price rose $4 from the prior year to $36.

*Graham Lakes won its first park awards in Year 7. Graham Lakes was deemed the "Safest Park in the Country" and "Most Beautiful Park in the Country."

 

Year 7 was a big success with the addition of The Graham Lakes Looper. Attendance increased just shy of 17% over the prior year. Our park rating remained perfect with the help of added employees and a continued focus on customer satisfaction. EBITDA more than doubled with the additional of the park's newest coaster. In Year 8, we hope to sustain as much of the EBITDA growth as possible, but would expect some-what of a step back after the major addition in Year 7. We expect Year 8 in-park guest spending to continue to increase near 10%.

 

Current Season:

1978 brought the addition of Galaxy Traveler, a HUSS "enterprise" ride type. The park is starting to get crowded overall, which is prompting park officials to look into options of how to expand the footprint of the park in order to spread out guests. Operations are handling the crowds well, which can be shown with a constant near perfect park rating.

 

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New for 1978 was the additional of Galaxy Traveler

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Date: October 25, 1978

New Water Ride to Debut at Graham Lakes

 

Graham Lakes will debut "Logger's Chute" for the 1979 season. This will be the park's first water ride and allow park patrons a chance to cool off on Minnesota's hot, humid summer days. Riders will travel through the winding journey in hollow log themed boats. The journey will feature a splashdown over the lake following a climatic 35 foot drop. Logger's Chute will be yet another outstanding addition to the park's first-class ride offering.

 

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Survey markers have gone up for the future station area of Logger's Chute.

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Logger's Chute will be located along the shores of East Graham Lakes.

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Date: March 26, 1979

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

8th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 8 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 2,924

Park Rating: 999

EBITDA: $12,055.70

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $15,712.50

Capital Investments: $2,371.50

Employees: 20 (13 Handymen, 5 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $38

Awards: Safest Park in the Country

Refurbished/Overhauled Rides: American Wheel, Carousel, Tilt-a-Whirl

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 8 was up 289 guests, an increase of 11.0% over Year 7.

*Park rating remained perfect at 999.

*EBITDA was decreased, as expected, by $6,954.00 over the prior season for a 36.6% decrease.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $1,609.30, another steady increase of 11.4%.

*Galaxy Traveler and other minor park improvements were a capital investment of $2,371.50.

*One additional handyman was brought on for the 1978 season.

*Red Raider was once again the park's favorite attraction.

*Entrance price rose $2 from the prior year to $38.

*Graham Lakes won "Safest Park in the Country" for the second year in a row.

*Our maintenance team also completed some major refurbishments on American Wheel, Carousel, and the Tilt-a-Whirl. Investments in these overhauls will drastically improve the ride's reliability that had been decreasing in recent years.

 

Current Season:

Logger's Chute construction is 100% complete and is set to open soon. Ride testing is in it's final stages and everything is checking out smoothly. We are hoping that the addition of this attraction continues the long trend of double digit attendance increases, along with in park guest spending increasing 10+%. We are optimistic that EBITDA can be grown somewhere in the 2-4% range after the pull back last year from the addition of The GL Looper.

 

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Ride testing is in it's final stages and Logger's Chute is set to open very shortly!

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Aeriel view of the new Logger's Chute attraction.

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Boats hit a top speed of 31 mph on the attraction's drop finale.

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Q-lines for Logger's Chute have been near capacity all season long!

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Date: August 29, 1979

Graham Lakes to Celebrate 10th Anniversary with Addition of 3 New Rides

 

To celebrate the park's 10th Anniversary, Graham Lakes Amusement Park announces the addition of 3 new rides to Kiddie Utopia, the park's kid's area. Kiddie Utopia will see the ride additions of "Air Balloon Adventure," "Graham Trucking Co.," and "Jet Choppers." All rides are targeted at towards younger guests and their families. "Kiddie Utopia has been one of the busiest, most popular areas of the park since it debuted five years ago. To celebrate the 5th year of Kiddie Utopia and the 10th year of the park, we are happy to announce the expansion of Kiddie Utopia with three new rides for young guests and their families to enjoy," stated Graham Lakes GM. A new restroom will also be constructed in the area of Kiddie Utopia.

 

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Survey markers have appeared all over Kiddie Utopia.

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The Graham Lakes Looper has consistently drawn the longest wait time the past couple years.

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East end of the park featuring The GL Looper and Logger's Chute.

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Date: May 27, 1980

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

9th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 9 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 3,183

Park Rating: 999

EBITDA: $15,334.40

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $16,569.00

Capital Investments: $2,371.50

Employees: 21 (14 Handymen, 5 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Red Raider

Entrance Price: $40

Awards: Best Value Park in the Country

Refurbished/Overhauled Rides: Red Raider, Dodgems, Wave Swinger, and Roulette

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for Year 9 was up 259 guests, an increase of 8.9% over Year 8.

*Park rating remained perfect at 999.

*EBITDA grew by $3,278.70 over the prior season for a 27.2% increase.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $856.50, an increase of 5.5%.

*Logger's Chute was a capital investment of $11,593.50.

*One additional handyman was brought on for the 1979 season.

*Red Raider was once again the park's favorite attraction, continuing the trend of the park's first coaster being the main staple of the park.

*Entrance price rose $2 from the prior year to $40.

*Graham Lakes won "Best Value Park in the Country" for the first time.

*Our maintenance team also completed some major refurbishments on Red Raider's operating system, Dodgems, Wave Swinger, and Roulette. These ride's reliability will be drastically improved in year's moving forward after showing a decline in reliability the last few years.

 

Year 9 was a very successful year both operationally and financially. The park's attendance showed a nice increase with the addition of Logger's Chute, the park's first water ride. From a financial side, EBITDA out performed expectations greatly as the park has really focused on operational efficiency when it comes to its employees. Expanded food offerings over the years have really started to catch on and play a major part in overall profits as well. Ride refurbishments will continue to become an annual trend moving forward as our selection of rides ages. The park will focus on ride's showing the biggest decreases in reliability when ultimately selecting which rides will be refurbished each year. For our 10th anniversary year, we are setting goals of a 5% attendance increase, 8% in-park guest spending increase, and 10% increase in EBITDA.

 

Current Season:

The 10th operating season at Graham Lakes is now underway for the 1980 season. To celebrate year 10 of the park, Kiddie Utopia saw the addition of 3 new rides: Air Balloon Adventure, Graham Trucking Co., and Jet Choppers. These new rides have really helped improve capacity in the Kiddie Utopia area of the park, something that has been an issue at times in recent years.

 

There has been a lot of chatter among Graham Lakes regulars about activity going on north of the Shoreline Railway's station this summer. Park officials have been spotted multiple times in the area appearing to be discussing plans for next year's addition. Arrow Development has been a company thrown around in rumors for the plans due to their recent history with the park's Logger's Chute addition last year. Park officials have been quiet when addressing the rumors with Graham Lakes GM making the statement, "While we do hear rumors and enjoy following them, we are unable to discuss the details on future additions until they finalized and officially announced by the park. Although, I can tell that the 1981 season will be a battle to remember!"

 

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Overview of Kiddie Utopia showing off the addition of 3 new rides.

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New expanded Kiddie Utopia area.

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In honor of Graham Lakes Amusement Park's 10th Season of operation, I thought I'd do a quick timeline recap of park additions by year and a quick photo update of the park.

 

Year 1 (1971): Graham Lakes Opens!!: Red Raider (classic wooden coaster designed and built in-house), Dodgems, Carousel, Scrambler, American Wheel, Roulette, Vintage Autos, Burger Shack (Burger eatery), Midway Sweets (Various Sweets eatery), Bathrooms (by Red Raider), Entrance Shopper (various shops near entrance gates), Plaza Gifts (various shops near entrance gates), Maintenance Shop A

Year 2 (1972): Skylift, Lakeside Swans, Tilt-a-Whirl, Papa's Pizza (Pizza eatery), First Aid building (by Roulette), Bathrooms (by Dodgems)

Year 3 (1973): Wave Swings, Scenic Tower, Chicken Joint (Chicken eatery)

Year 4 (1974): Shoreline Railway, Depot Dogs (Hot Dog eatery)

Year 5 (1975): Kiddie Utopia debuts: Junior Bug (Kiddie Coaster), Spiral Slide, Tea Party!, Magic School Bus, Monster Truck Dash, Utopia Subs (Sub sandwich eatery), and Red Raider was Re-profiled

Year 6 (1976): Kamikaze, Maintenance Shop B

Year 7 (1977): The Graham Lakes Looper (Schwarzkopf Looping Coaster)

Year 8 (1978): Galaxy Traveler (Huss Enterprise)

Year 9 (1979): Logger's Chute (Arrow Development Log Flume)

Year 10 (1980): Kiddie Utopia expansion: Air Balloon Adventure, Jet Choppers, Graham Trucking Co., and Bathrooms (by Junior Bug)

 

Graham Lakes Amusement Park has invested approximately $271,734.02 to get the park to what it is currently in Year 10 (1980). It currently entertains over 3,400 guests annually each season. (Money and attendance measures in RCT2 units)

 

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West end of the park featuring crowd favorite Red Raider, the park's classic out-and-back wooden roller coaster.

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A close up of the other attractions the west end of the park has to offer.

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The east end of the park features the last two major attractions added to the park: The Graham Lakes Looper and Logger's Chute.

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The close up of the other attractions located on the east end of the park.

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An overview of the center of the park featuring the entrance plaza and Kiddie Utopia.

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Date: October 10th, 1980

New Coaster "Warrior" Coming to Graham Lakes

 

With Graham Lakes Amusement Park's 10th Anniversary season coming to an end, the park made a major announcement for the 1981 season. The park will debut it's 4th roller coaster, "Warrior." The coaster is an Arrow Development creation, the same company that designed the park's "Logger's Chute" ride a couple seasons ago. Warrior will stand 100 feet tall and feature 4 inversions, including interlocking vertical loops and a double corkscrew. The 28 passenger trains will travel 50 mph over 3,200 feet of track during the 2 minute circuit. The addition will stretch the park's footprint further north along the shoreline of West Graham Lake. A gift shop bearing the name, "Battle Tokens" will be added at the new ride's exit, along with a restroom just south of the new coaster's location.

 

Both the ride's name and color scheme were influenced by the Graham Lakes GM's alma mater, Winona State University. Marketing signs around the park have also appeared stating, "Prepare for battle!" This comes after the park's GM previously dropped a hint earlier in the season stating, "the 1981 season will be a battle to remember!"

 

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Late in the season survey markers began to appear north of the Shoreline Railway station.

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Concrete foundation work has begun for Warrior's station and the exit's gift shop.

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Date: June 13th, 1981

Annual Stockholder's Meeting

 

10th annual stockholder's meeting was held. The following Year 10 info was presented:

 

Attendance: 3,443

Park Rating: 999

EBITDA: $13,109.10

In-Park Guest Spending Revenues (Shops/Food/Drink): $17,196.80

Capital Investments: $3,862.00

Employees: 21 (14 Handymen, 5 Mechanics, 2 Security Guard)

Favorite Ride: Logger's Chute

Entrance Price: $42

Awards: Safest Park in the Country

Refurbished/Overhauled Rides: Scenic Tower, Vintage Autos, Twister

 

Summary:

*Final attendance for park's 10th anniversary season was up 260 guests, an increase of 8.2% over Year 9.

*Park rating remained perfect at 999.

*EBITDA declined by $2,225.30 over the prior season for a 14.5% decrease.

*In-Park Guest Spending rose $627.80, an increase of 3.8%.

*Capital investment of $3,862.00 brought 3 new attractions to Kiddie Utopia for Year 10.

*No new employee's were hired.

*Logger's Chute was voted as the park's favorite attraction by guests for the first time, overtaking long-time park favorite Red Raider.

*Entrance price rose $2 from the prior year to $42.

 

Our 10th Anniversary season went very smoothly. Guest attendance was up over 8% with the addition of 3 new rides to Kiddie Utopia. In-park guest spending rose slightly, while EBITDA declined after a phenomenal growth in year 9. Our company was able to increase our cash in preparation for a major investment in year 11.

 

Current Season:

Warrior debuted in the spring of 1981. The new coaster from Arrow Development features 4 inversions and stands at a height of 100 feet. Queue lines for the new ride have been completely full since day 1, which has caused some unhappiness among riders. The ride's location has also presented some challenges with many guests having issues finding the new coaster. Weather has also not been very cooperative for the first half of the year with rain showers a frequent event. All these factors have presented a challenging start to the 1981 season. Attendance figures are in decline so far this season for the many factors above. We are completing plans for a new walkway yet this season, which will hopefully decrease guests unhappiness with locating Warrior. Overall, we are confident that our attendance figures can get back on track with added marketing and operational adjustments.

 

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Warrior has begun testing. Here are the preliminary stats for the new coaster.

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Warrior opened to very large lines, leading to some guest unhappiness.

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An emergency path had to be constructed to account for guest unhappiness with available paths to the new ride.

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Warrior's layout features interlocking vertical loops, as well as a double corkscrew for a total of 4 inversions.

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