That's too bad, it was a good ride. Back when I ranked coasters consistently, it was in my top 30% overall, and top 50% for wooden coasters, so it was a solid ride, if not a particular favorite of mine. It's also the only decent coaster on that end of the state, which makes the loss even suckier. I hope Boomers would at least consider buying it at a bargain price, rather than just demolishing it (or letting it rot), as I doubt it's likely to be relocated (From what I understand, relocated wooden coasters have to be mostly rebuilt from scratch, minus the non-structural components).
Last edited by Xcoaster
on Thu Apr 28, 2011 4:55 pm.