New 2011: Rainbow Magicland Themepark (near Rome - Italy)

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Sat Sep 11, 2010 4:28 am

Hi,

On the Rainbow MagicLand Facebook Unofficial Page, there are new photos. The Maurer launched coaster isn't complete, because the park workers are working in the internal locals. They are installing the air conditioning systems, the sanitaries, the frames e the varied trim sizes.

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Maurer launched coaster
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The air conditioning system
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And a park construction site satellite photo.
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Sorry for bad english! ;) ;)

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby larrygator » Sat Sep 11, 2010 4:22 pm

Thanks for the update. :)

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:28 am

larrygator wrote:Don't worry about your English, I understand most of what you wrote.


:b :b Thank goodness!

There are two new photos:

The grey steel structure at the bottom of photo is the Spill Water theme structure!
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The red/brown roofs at the bottom of photo are the "Castello" (castle) restaurant roofs. The grey building on the left is the Maurer Launched Coaster station
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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby Der Der Dongt » Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:50 am

I really hope the X-Car woun't be as rough/shaky as HRRR.

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:23 am

New photos! :b :b Facebook Rainbow MagicLand UNOFFICIAL PAGE

Main Street
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Main Street with X-Car coaster
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Alfea Castle contruction site
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X-Car coaster
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1-5 Are the restaurants!
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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Mon Sep 20, 2010 5:04 am

Yesterday I took 70 photos! :b :b You can see them HERE!! Enjoy them! =) =)

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:08 pm

New photos! :b :b

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X-Car coaster station!
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Mad House!
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Alfea Castle!
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Alfea Castle!
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HERE other photos! ;) ;)

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Sat Oct 02, 2010 9:53 am

Surprise... :b :b

The Main Street!
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The X-Car coaster!
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I'm very happy! :b :b

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby the ghost » Sat Oct 02, 2010 2:07 pm

This park looks great! That main street looks VERY highly themed, although there does not seem to be a central theme and there are random snakes in buildings and things like that, but the theming looks great. This looks like a fine edition to Europe's awesome theme park collection!

Also, how does the element(the one closest in the foreground of the camrea) work? I see it invert into a barrel/zero g roll type thing, but I cant quite figure out where that element either starts or stops. If that is the end of the element then where do you initially invert seeing as the track already appears to be inverted before exiting the element. If thats the beginning of the element where does the inversion end? Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

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Re: Rainbow Magicland - New theme park for 2011 (Rome - Ital

Postby dibilele » Sun Oct 03, 2010 5:32 am

Can these images help you??

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The blue track is the camel back. The purple track is the Non-Inversion loop. The pink track is the curve. The green track is the middle track brakes. The brown track is the elic. The yellow track is the heart-line twist, and after that there is the end of the coaster. The baby-blue track is the station's and pre-launch's track.

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Do you understand?? :roll: These images answered at your questions??

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