Nrthwnd wrote:Damn, how far down do they go, to hit water? That's pretty something. Makes one appreciate how much effort, work, and materials go into creating a new thrill for the gp.
Keep following the TPR tour Photo Trip Reports. We got a hard hat tour (without hardhats) underground to check out construction. We went down two laddera so I'd guess that we were standing 25 feet below the sidewalks.
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So inspired by the Liseberg thread I found some previews of what the upcoming expansion of Gröna Lund might look like, its not final. Pictures show what looks like a large multi-launch coaster. I also included a picture for what seems like more underground office/workshop space
dcxs wrote:So inspired by the Liseberg thread I found some previews of what the upcoming expansion of Gröna Lund might look like, its not final. Pictures show what looks like a large multi-launch coaster. I also included a picture for what seems like more underground office/workshop space
Where did you find these previews? That multi-launch coaster looks pretty interessting.
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