I rode Python in July 2002 when I was there. Identical to Knott's old Corkscrew; short, but a fun ride nonetheless.
Whether it stays or goes is apparently up in the air, so it seems. I can understand taking it out. It is old, and newer rides have certainly supassed it in terms of thrills. And the space could be used for something new, though I'm not sure a playground is the best use.
Is it possible that they just have a bunch of older maps left in stock and they aren't rotating them out?
Ya thats probally whats going on...but has anyone heard BGA themselves say flatout that python is getting removed?...but i guess if those maps with the construction on them are real they are pretty much proof
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