^ Actually, you have to consider, the villages around some of these European places were there first, in truth.
But America is different and it is the other way around. Cities are built closer and closer to already existing parks, and then they complain about crowd noise and/or ride noise, that's "suddenly invading their privacy" blah blah blah.
Canobie Coaster wrote:The shocking thing about this is that the park already has a big wooden coaster. That cannot be quiet. For these steel coasters, they could do things like filling the track with sand.
Many times screaming riders are louder than the actual coaster. And you can't fill their mouths with sand.
Last edited by larrygator on Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:42 pm.
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