If the artist rendering is realistic I would say this is going in place of the old Thomas Town. The building shown in the art looks like the one in the old Thomas Town which I believe is still standing. If that’s the case, I have no idea what’s happening with Splashwater Falls. I guess we will know the true location soon enough.
I won't be riding the new ride, as these types of rides make me extremely queasy, but I think it's a good fit for the park, especially with us getting out RMC this year. I'm also happy that Scorcher is still " Standing" as I think a floorless conversion is not needed.
Coasters: 121 ( 89 Steel, 32 Wood)
Top 10 Wood: 1 Lightning Rod 2. Goliath 3. The Voyage 4. Mystic Timbers 5. American Thunder 6. The Legend 7. Thunderhead 8. The Boss 9. Great American Scream Machine 10. The Beast
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