[RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

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[RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:08 pm

Good Afternoon, TPR. I had started on an amusement park timeline. The park has some custom scenery, money and, can be run on OpenRCT2 because, I am making all of this on a mac and it's very helpful.

This park has been inspired off of Kentucky Kingdom for the name and similar layout and, the whole concept is inspired off of Playland Park.

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1982-1983 (Below)
1984-1987 Page 1
1987-1990 Page 1
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Canada Kingdom opened in July 1st, 1982 on Canada Day. The Amusement park uses themes to show Canadian territories, provinces, culture and, celebrating Canada as a nation. The park was constructed by Thomas Goodman, an businessman that wanted a park celebrating Canada while bringing in thrills for the country.

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Canada Kingdom's Gates on Opening Day, 1982

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Granny's Driving Trip and Ontario Cyclone's Entrance, August 1982

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Ontario Cyclone with Eastern Coast's fake lighthouse, August 1982

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Midwest Town with the Maple Leaf Fountain, August 1982

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Trans-Canada Highway with, Grand Arctic Adventures inside Northern Territories, September 1982

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Fort Victoria's South Entrance, April 1983

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Lake Okanagan boats with the Fintry Queen model, April 1983

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Bee Buzzer and, Viking's Adventure at Eastern Coast, June 1983
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There would be more updates to come in 1984-1987. Thank you for reading on about Canada Kingdom on it's beginning years.
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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby HowieP » Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:54 am

Love how this is looking so far. Keep it up.

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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby Dombot » Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:32 pm

A new timeline park on RCT2? Do my eyes decieve me?? :wtf:

Good stuff dude. Love the entrance plaza.
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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:34 pm

Update: 1984-1987

Canada Kingdom was very popular park in Ontario and reminded unchanged for 2 years. However, Thomas Goodman put the park up for sale. The residents were uncertain about its future and thought the park was getting popular enough. In 1985, Six Flags purchased the park to get into the Canadian amusement park market. Despite the ownership of SF, Canada Kingdom remained it's original state with brand new rides and attractions along, with refurbishments of existing rides to make it more professional and polished.

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Six Flags built the newest roller coaster in the park, Railroad Madness to fill in the empty space of Fort Victoria. It toke one year of development with many attempts but, in 1986, it opened to the Public. This image is taken the day after opening day.

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Lake Okanagan was closed for renovations to fix the issues of the ride and make a new track. Taken in October 1985

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Granny's Driving Trip was among the few rides that got new changes with cosmetic changes. Taken in June 1985

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The Twister was placed in the park in 1984 but, was made a temporary attraction. However, Six Flags made it permanent in 1985 shortly after purchasing the land. Taken in June 1985
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The park would close for the 1986 season to under go a massive changes under the Six Flags ownership. But, the park's renovations would not only changed the park but, it would expand the park with a secondary park with more of a Eastern Coast theme than the land itself.

Thank you for reading the 1984-1987 update. 1987-1990 update will come in the future with a massive renovation.

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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby IronWolfman » Thu Jan 04, 2018 8:47 am

Looking awesome so far!!

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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:26 pm

1987-1990 Update

When the 1987 season rolled in, Canada Kingdom became Six Flags Canada Kingdom. Making it, Six Flags' 10the Amusement park in it's history and, the first non-American Six Flags ever. This caused some issues with the name of Six Flags' meaning due to Canada joining into the scheme. They fixed it with a special meaning in Canada to keep the name constant. The park was bigger and, with more rides and theming.
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Six Flags placed over the Canada Kingdom sign. Taken in April 1987

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Eastern Coast was rethemed to Looney Tunes Town with newer rides and some moved from their original locations to be changed to Looney Tunes theming. Bee Buzzer was changed to Wile E. Coyote Desert Speeder, The swingers were changed to Pepe Le Pew Flight to Paris, Vikings Adventures closed and was replaced by Daffy Duck's Limo Ride, Sky Diver was rethemed to Tornado Taz, and the Bumper Cars were changed to Speedy Gonzales' Car Derby. The Bumper boats were removed due to unknown reasons. Taken in June 1987.

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Canada Kingdom's iconic coaster, Ontario Cyclone was given an facelift with a more carnival entrance along with more platforms. Taken in June 1987.

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Coverings were placed in and a new swinger with more seats were placed. Taken in June 1987.

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More coverings for Fort Woods as both Fort Victoria and Native Lands merged. Taken in July 1987.

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Six Flags Canada Kingdom would get it's own water park based on the Atlantic Coast of Canada. Being much bigger than Eastern Coast. Construction photos dating from October 1986-November 1986.
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Atlantic Coast opened to the public at the start of the 1987 season in April 15th 1987, along with Six Flags Canada Kingdom. Taken in 1987-1990.
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When the 1988 Winter Olympics happened in Calgary, Six Flags built the 1988 Calgary Olympic Sleds to cash in the event. With televisions showing off the olympics bobsleds, it was a instant hit. Taken in September 1988.
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Six Flags Canada Kingdom was a massive hit. Showing Six Flags future potential in the park and, possibly Canada. Some people were sadden that Canada Kingdom lost it's original touch but, majority were happy about it and were excited what they have in store for the 1990s.

Thank you for reading the 1987-1990 Update. I may possibly release one coaster from the park. The update would be 1990-1992.

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Re: [RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:51 pm

1990-1992

Six Flags had plans to open more parks in Canada. They tried to bay Playland in Vancouver and, Marineland in Niagara Falls. But failed. So, they decided to build an Six Flags park in Vancouver instead. However, plans failed as there wasn't a place to build it on. Some of the planned ideas like the rides were instead built in Canada Kingdom for the 1990-1991 season.
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Totem Pole open in 1990 as a drop tower. It was the first drop tower in Canada Kingdom. The Bobsled coaster, 1988 Calgary Olympics Sleds was renamed to Olympics Sleds as the games were over. Taken in June 1990.

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The Mind Warper was the 5th coaster in Canada Kingdom, opening in the 1991 season. It became popular for it's unique design of the boomerang coaster with it not using the cobra design. Taken in September 1991.

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Six Flags had a lot of coasters in mind. They were another wooden coaster, twin B&M coasters, a flying coaster, a hyper coaster and, an unknown coaster in the future. They decided to expand the park with the empty lot just across the street. The plans were introduced the public and hoped it will be built for the 1994 season.

Thank you for reading the 1990-1992 Update. The next update would be in 1993-1996. Sorry the path height markers are there. I forgot to turn them off as the game activated them.


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