This backwards train business must be a nice money-saver. Management can spend minimally and still have something to point to as a new attraction. Falls right inline with the making use of existing assets approach they seem to be taking.
I'd love to see them try this approach for the spinning mice/spinning coasters throughout the chain- just to see if they could get away with it. I bet they would.
Does anyone think this could delay the opening of Mr. Freeze from the rest of the park? Because I was a SFOT last week and missed riding it there. Now I just have my fingers crossed that It'll be open when I visit SFStl next month!
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