I noticed that RCDB now lists the old Viking Voyage coaster from Wild Adventures as being "In Storage" at Fun Spot Atlanta. Did I miss an announcement about this coaster or could it possibly just be a parts donor for their current Miler?
Canobie Coaster wrote:I noticed that RCDB now lists the old Viking Voyage coaster from Wild Adventures as being "In Storage" at Fun Spot Atlanta. Did I miss an announcement about this coaster or could it possibly just be a parts donor for their current Miler?
Screamin Eagle is going to Fun Spot America in Kissimmee, also according to rcdb.
Last edited by larrygator on Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:31 pm.
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^^ yeah, that whole back section of old town is so dang dead. It needs something more than the current tilt-a-whirl and a kiddie ride. Not that this coaster is a wow, but better than nothing. Hey, it is after all, the location of the removed Windstorm coaster.
I’m hoping Screamin’ Eagle goes into that back part of Old Town as well. I love both of those Miler coasters. I rode Viking Voyage at its original home and it was my favorite coaster at that park. Even though Screamin’ Eagle was half its size, I still thought it was a blast with that double down! That Old Town section would definitely benefit from it. It seems depressing as it sits right now and hardly anybody goes over there. Both parks will definitely benefit from these additions!
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