Went up to the park tonight with my Son and we had a blast. the park was empty but everybody in that place could not stop talking about I305.
We do have 3 new supports up (at least, from what I can tell) Almost all the foundations are down I would say about 80% done. They are really humming along.
Here are alot of pics from today.
Another thing I was thinking about. Night rides on this thing should be Awesome due to its secluded (and un-photogenic) positioning, as long as lights are not put way out there. although I am sure the lift will be lit up.
First we will start with the new supports 2 in plain sight and one of the tiny supports (2nd s-curve threading needle) hidden behind the trees
Geeeez Dad, when are you going to Shut up about this ride???
The Adena guys must bow down and kiss the Intamin sexiness every hour.
lots of track here
This stuff is Huge
They put the model in the gift shop
Aidan would have been happy to sit here for 4 hours and watch it. (but Dad said NO)
Already have the merch. out
They put the art stuff up on the Tower...pretty cool place for it
Nothing to see here
Few footers waiting to be poured (rebar in)
Alot of work and digging needed for the 3 Big foundations
a little hard to see but alot of footers are done on the first turn
oh yea, In case you were wondering Dominator's grass has filled in quite nicely and you would have never known that 2 years ago it was a parking lot.
I went around today taking pics of everything that was sure to change next year due to snoop dog moving in, and I noticed this sign in HB land and sadly it is the best damn sign in the park! go figure
Station foundation already going in
The soon to be entrance plaza
Actual Coaster Count: 402
Fav. Park: Cedar Point Fav. Steel: Intimidator 305/ Fury 325 Fav. Wood: El Toro/Voyage
So what determines when foundations get poured and supports put in? It seems backwards to me that they are putting some supports up yet there are still foundations yet to be poured? It isn't really relevant to this ride, but I have always wondered how it all works.
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