Good Morning TPR! I thought I would post something very old of mine that I did a long time ago! An very classical scenario from the original Roller Coaster Tycoon that I couldn't built it the way I wanted it to back then! Here are some screens & the download!
An Overview of Forest Frontiers!
Forest Frontiers opened in 1898 as a Lake Recreational Area with a Picnic Reservation & a Wildlife Trail in Denton Texas about Northwest of Dallas!
The Front Entrance where it all began in the first place! In this, I have used some prebuilt coasters as I was first playing this! Also I have designed some of my own that I am so impressed with!
Roman Racers! Built in 1908 inside of an very old ancient agricultural structure that was a part of history when Romans were invading (not saying anything it true, or happened, I'm just making up a short story!) America, this looks a little like leap the dips from lakemont park though this is fluffy, fluffy bunny filled with medicine and goo Hopping Eight Figure Track!
The Center Town Area! I have a very good story to tell about this old park! Forest Frontiers has and always has been a Family Recreational Destination Area! In the Late Great Depression, the park began losing money, & closed in 1943 during WW2! The park sat standing but not operating for Four Decades until in 1984 a family recreational businessman showed up, & saw this! He says it looks like we can renovate this, & open it back up like before! So his team completely restored all the great old rides, & opened up again in 1984 happily ever as an Historical Denton Destination!
Timber Turnaround! Built in 1920 as the first Wooden Reverser Coaster built in the planet, & some only ones left on this planet!
Two Great Tall Standing Wooden Coasters in this area which are Mini Miner (1940) (the last coaster built in the park!) & Insane Mouse Rollercoaster (1931) the Mine is an compact zig zagging crossover design, & the mouse in an out & back design, I guess both are fun!
An Rare Virginia Reel Coaster built in 1910 as the Texas Tubs with new Renovated Colors of Texas, this is mind twisting!
An Manmade Wooden Brakeman Coaster that is inspired by Luna Park's Melbourne Scenic Railway! Built in 1915 around the lake section with Airtime Dips! This is an intensive ride, also the tallest ride in the park!
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