I don't think anyone is actually mad about it anymore.
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Philrad71 wrote:Hopefully this will be huge success! I love this idea although options for nearby lodging are not the greatest, so would need a DD, Uber or taxi for the event.
Won't be able to make it this year, but will try to go next year. Here's to hoping that someone on here will go and do a trip report??? Pretty pleeeeeaasse????
And thanks for the tip on the beer garden times, Mark. The last time we went, there was no alcohol available in the park at all, so this is definitely a step in the right direction. I remember thinking when we were there...this is Pittsburgh and they don't sell beer at a park? Boooooo!!!!!!
We just got back from an extended weekend and stayed at the Hampton in West Mifflin........only a few minutes from the park(with good GPS LOL) and it was very nice and moderately cheap.
Also, from this trip I was highly disappointed with the Auto Race........why was it slowed down so much...it almost crawled around the track.
Life is a lemon and I want my money back????
He who farts in church sits in own pew.............
I made a 3d overlay with the elevation data, so you can see the terrain height along the track layout. and a version with orthographic projection: http://i.imgur.com/wg25adG.png
I still have no idea what's up with that mouse turn. I'm thinking it's between a brake run and a lift hill, though. It looks like this ride could just drop right from station height, like Thunderbolt and Jack Rabbit do, or it could have a small lift hill. The elevation change going into that ravine is about 30 m (100 ft).
Last edited by nannerdw on Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:05 pm.
Wow! Great find! We can also use the Google overhead to get a feel for the proposed area (look for the buildings to the right of the current park/compare them to the plans). As can be seen, it looks like there will be yet another dramatic setting for another iconic coaster in Kennywood's near future!
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