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  1. #21
    I guess someone didn't pay attention during the training video!


  2. #22
    Irony - Working on this park & suddenly - VINTAGE DLC PACK - is on the way, good thing this is a work in progress, eh ?

  3. #23
    Originally Posted by Funrir_Woulfe View Post (Source)
    Irony - Working on this park & suddenly - VINTAGE DLC PACK - is on the way, good thing this is a work in progress, eh ?
    Oh, yeah! I'm already planning!

  4. #24
    Originally Posted by Funrir_Woulfe View Post (Source)
    Irony - Working on this park & suddenly - VINTAGE DLC PACK - is on the way, good thing this is a work in progress, eh ?

    As far as i remember, stuff like this happened a lot
    Forum Sillyness:

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  5. #25
    Our intrepid pirates to be learn how easy it is to beach a boat!





    What's that ominous looking fort around the corner?

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  7. #27
    I went to Coney one time 19 years ago. I enjoyed riding Dante’s Inferno (now dismantled) and Spook A Rama. We were only there an hour and moved on, we visited other area parks like Playland in Rye, Nellie Bly Park and Adventureland on Long Island. But the area where I live in eastern PA is getting overpopulated. I really like your Thunderbolt coaster that you released on the workshop. I might use the coaster in a fictitious seaside park. I’m getting the vintage pack as well. In my park I might build a Bill Tracy ride similar to your Haunted House ride but call it Whacky Shack. Yours and Fisherman’s parks are really good, though. I have asperger’s and autism so I tend to start a project and get bored with it after a while and not finish it. Real park recreations are hard especially of defunct parks or existing parks the way they were years ago, you have to research them and look on sites for pics and info. Some parks I started like Wildwood, NJ I went to several times over the years.

  8. #28
    What a great looking park. Your park will go great with the new Vintage DLC. I myself is looking forward to the new Vintage DLC. I have big plans for it in my park. Keep up the great work.
    Ryan K
    VP & Director of Thrill Rides
    Charleston Gardens Amusement Park

  9. #29
    I'm looking forward to see how much awesomeness the Vintage Pack adds to your park! I'm hoping the building pieces add a nice touch for my Magic Kingdom build as well.

  10. #30
    Originally Posted by corkscrewloop View Post (Source)
    Fantastic ride!
    Thank you! Glad you like it!

    Originally Posted by Robert K View Post (Source)
    I went to Coney one time 19 years ago. I enjoyed riding Dante’s Inferno (now dismantled) and Spook A Rama. We were only there an hour and moved on, we visited other area parks like Playland in Rye, Nellie Bly Park and Adventureland on Long Island. But the area where I live in eastern PA is getting overpopulated. I really like your Thunderbolt coaster that you released on the workshop. I might use the coaster in a fictitious seaside park. I’m getting the vintage pack as well. In my park I might build a Bill Tracy ride similar to your Haunted House ride but call it Whacky Shack. Yours and Fisherman’s parks are really good, though. I have asperger’s and autism so I tend to start a project and get bored with it after a while and not finish it. Real park recreations are hard especially of defunct parks or existing parks the way they were years ago, you have to research them and look on sites for pics and info. Some parks I started like Wildwood, NJ I went to several times over the years.
    Thanks! This park is so big, that I am never bored. I just move around from area to area or do research on the internet.

    Originally Posted by CoasterFan View Post (Source)
    What a great looking park. Your park will go great with the new Vintage DLC. I myself is looking forward to the new Vintage DLC. I have big plans for it in my park. Keep up the great work.
    Thanks! Yes, I am really looking forward to this new pack! I just wish we had a grand carousel! I'll be sure to check out your park!

    Originally Posted by Waltlife View Post (Source)
    I'm looking forward to see how much awesomeness the Vintage Pack adds to your park! I'm hoping the building pieces add a nice touch for my Magic Kingdom build as well.
    I'll check out your park! I love Disney!

    The pirates may get us! Look out!


  11. #31
    Coney has some flashy new coasters now, one of them is called Thunderbolt but it’s a metal looping coaster with a vertical lift and drop and single car trains. Joe Sitt about 10 years ago bought Astroland and forced it to close, he owns Thor Equities. Dreamland Park then Luna Park occupies that space. To me the area around Coney is ugly, big apartment blocks and stuff and the amusement area is run down. I’m sure 68 years ago Coney was different. There used to be 25 spook rides and three wood coasters, now there’s one of each. And the B&B carousel is preserved. I’m not sure if the Ghost Hole dark ride is still there, the operators were supposed to be kicked out for some walkway project. Spook A Rama is alive and well at Deno’s Wonder Wheel Park. I would prefer a nicer boardwalk area like Wildwood, NJ or Ocean City, NJ and MD.

  12. #32
    At the end of the Bowery, on Kensington Walk, we would find ourselves in front of...



    George Tilyou's Steeplechase Park!



    Closeup of the plasterwork;


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