Nrthwnd wrote:^ Cool, thanks. I'm assuming then, the new enclosed end part of the ride, won't start until after the spiral, and the On-Ride camera, with the train then entering the new enclosed "ending."
That's what the internet rumors are stating. I'm pretty excited to experience it myself.
Some art shows the ride ending inside a new "Red Tube" and some art doesn't show that area being enclosed. And there has been no official talk about how the ride will end (and there usually never is). So, we'll have to wait and see in regards to that.
COASTER FREAK 11 wrote:Some art shows the ride ending inside a new "Red Tube" and some art doesn't show that area being enclosed. And there has been no official talk about how the ride will end (and there usually never is). So, we'll have to wait and see in regards to that.
I'd imagine they'd keep the photo element where it currently is, and finish the ride off in the rumored enclosure. If they are true, it will be a great remodel and not an afterthought-layover.
I was at DCA the other day and they were testing the Incredicoaster all day - on some runs they had a (new?) audio track playing at the launch. Could also hear lots of sound from the station but it was too muffled to understand.
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