Good Afternoon TPR! I have something kind of rare to show you while I'll be bust all weekend for my birthday so here it is!
And the scenario from RCT Loopy Landscapes is Woodworm Park that I have never played in RCT1 before!
Located in a small hillyside town near Millinocket Maine as the oldest amusement park in the Northeast since 1910 with older style rides!
Over the front entrance is a some kind of Side Friction Coaster named Black Dragon from 1935 with good airtime! I would ride it first!
Over the lake is a Vekoma Whirlwind named Super Cyclone in 1986 as the parks only looping coaster! I guess its smooth!
On the part of an Forest Island are two tall wooden coasters which is an Inspired Rye Airplane from Rye Playland in 1928! Also a terrain twister named Cannonball Rag in 1935 man I don't know which one is better?
Here over a bridge that I kind of went crazy, & sorry it's a Split Racing Wooden Coaster by unknown as the Sun & Wind Racers in 1922, & under is a Wooden Reverser as Flip Back Railway in 1921, & a Wooden Mine as Black Ash in 1931, I guess I would get so busy here!
I just had more fun building this, though I would love to ride this, & both kind of race different times! I thought about this the story of the Sun bright shines everything & the Wind blows everything cold, & down!
On a hilltop there a Mobius Wooden Mouse named Racing Rodnets in 1925, & around it is an Brakeman named Woodworm as the first coaster in the park, & the oldest in maine in 1910!
Some family coasters a Vekoma Roller Skater as Chocolate Log in 1997 as a prebuilt selected coaster, & an E&F Miller as Ravine Flyer in 2008 as the last final coaster in the park!
The third family coaster which is an Unique Zierer Tivoli named Lake Leaper in 1983! Far away on another island there is an Side Friction as the Light Bug Dips in 1915 as it glows at night!
At the far corner here is an very rare coaster as one of it's kinds by an unknown builder as Double Helix in 1930 which should be loads of fun, & next are Racing Virginia Reels as the only one as Red & Green Apple Racers in 1928! Well this park is pretty much old style like Leafy Lake! But only these are the only two that remain!
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