I have posted a picture of the eagle getting a much needed paint job, you can see the contrast of the new paint on the first hill after the drop going in to the camel back run. The hill is painted but the camel back is still being fitted with new lumber in places down to the turn and on around, also the break run has new paint also.
Looks like she will be all white for the parks 35th Anniversery!
A Bright White!!!
See the contrast of the new into the old!
Zoom in a little closer now for you!
The top of the first hill after the drop. She is definately white.
Theres the horn boys, time for lunch.
These guys were working the other end fixing loose decking and supports! But lunch time time to fill the fuel tank! lol
Yeah, I also heard that they got a new control panel for the Screamin' Eagle...that means a new braking system and that means no more sudden stops at the end! It's going to be like a whole new coaster again!
YESSSSSS! a beautiful new paint job for an old woodie that is in my opinion the best coaster in the park! cant wait to go ride, i love the floater airtime on the first and secon hills ALL THE HILLS!
new brakes too! yesss, no more getting stuck in the brake run like last time
where thos two white arrows point are the major floater areas in the back seat
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