Well as we know the car cant be too amazing because of the strength of the track, i would think its the cars because of the truck load pictures we saw of the SW. So that could be cars in there or is there something going to happen inside the building that makes it unique?
^^ I haven't been keeping up with the construction, but if the track we've seen is near completion and there's nothing new there, then it's safe to say this unique element happens indoors or underground.
Don't tell me that the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.
"Deal with it f**filled with medicine and goo." - Robb addressing a technical complaint.
I think there will be the secret element in the backwards turn(as we see in the photos) or the backwards turn to show the car running away from something in the building because we know after the turn it then enters the station. I think there will be a really bug animatronic or a big projector screen and something will try to attack us.
Dobba wrote:Those pillars in my opinion will be reinforcement rather than theming. Could indicate that this section will be underground too, still it's another new angle of the ride!
Or they could be both.
Nice little bit of marketing for the ride today on the Telegraph website:
Caption: Workmen take a break from the construction of new ride, 'Th13teen' at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, to play with a snow sculpture version of the roller coaster carriage that they helped to build.
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