PKI Jizzman wrote:Everyone seems to be fixed on that first page, but there are 5 pages. Page 3 of the documents has tons of geographical locations on them, is that detailing where the work is going to be?
I wish it was that easy. That's the parks boundaries. It is just a technical way to describe the entire piece of land and from what I can tell so are the next 2 pages. The rest is looks like descriptions of easements, the cemetery, etc.
^After looking more closely at it, I agree and was going to post the same thing, as kings island drive and the river are both mentioned. This is almost certainly a description of the parcel owned by the park.
B&MBoy1982 wrote:I work at Banshee... THIS IS NOT A TEASER...
This has been there since the beginning of the season. A member of my crew who was supposed to be looking for lost articles found it down the hill and in the trees, and thought it would be nice to have actual part of the ride by the Eternal Flame The flowers were put there by SOB fans.
I repeat, this has NOTHING o do with a new ride or attraction. It was just the Banshee crew paying respect to the former occupant of that area.
Repeat again... BANSHEE CREW FOUND THE WOOD.....
You're not looking far enough into it!!! Come on!! Think with your coaster enthusiast mind for a minute!
Clearly the park perfectly placed the wood for the Banshee crew to find, KNOWING that the crew would find it and then place the wood by the Eternal Flame, which would then cause SOB fans to place the flowers on said wood... Resulting the exact look for the teaser the park was wanting!!
#TeamSOBisComingBack It's called sarcasm for those of you who can't tell.
The park is bringing back the "Antique Cars" for 2019...
Kings Mills Antique Autos
Coming Spring 2019
Kings Island's most beloved attraction, the antique cars ride, is returning to the park in spring 2019. In the new Kings Mills Antique Autos family ride, guests will board replica classic touring cars and take a leisurely drive around a scenic track equipped with a small rail to keep the car on the path. The ride will be comparable to the original Les Taxis antique car ride, combining nostalgia with new enhancements.
Kings Mills Antique Autos will be located in Coney Mall, across from the Juke Box Café and alongside The Racer roller coaster. The ride will be a quarter mile in length and last approximately three minutes. The cars are 2/3 scale replicas of the 1911 Ford Model T; though all-new, they will retain the vintage feel of the original Les Taxis. The ride's name, as well as theming throughout the attraction, is expected to enhance the nostalgic experience for riders.
Last edited by robbalvey on Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:40 am.
Personally, I'm excited to see the park putting so much effort into helping families create life long memories. Not every park, every year, needs to build a rip your face off extreme coaster. It's awesome to see the park cares so much about their guest that they are listening to what the guest said they missed about the park, and bringing it back!! Props to Kings Island!
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