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Thorpe Park plans new rollercoasters by 2016Posted by Russell Butt on Jun 30, 10 05:21 PM in Local Authority Two new rollercoasters could be built at Thorpe Park in the next six years as part of a new development plan.Thorpe Park Operations Ltd has submitted an outline planning application to Runnymede Borough Council for the proposals, which form part of the Theme Park's Medium Term Development plan for 2010 until 2016.The plans include the installation of five new 'round rides' which could be up 25m tall, as well as two new rollercoasters, one which could be upto 40m tall, the other upto 50m tall - currently the park's flagship ride, the huge white Stealth rollercoaster, is 62.5m tall and can be seen several miles away.Extra buildings of upto 5,000sqm are also included in the plans, along with a recycling facility, new island bridge links, supplementary car park lighting and upgrades to the theme park admissions.
Thorpe Park urged to get wooden rollercoaster Jul 6 2010 By Russell Butt Rollercoaster fans are discussing Thorpe ParkROLLERCOASTER enthusiasts are urging Thorpe Park to consider a traditional wooden rollercoaster in its latest development plans.The top Surrey attraction has recently submitted an outline planning application to Runnymede Borough Council for its Medium Term Development Plan, which includes proposals for the installation of five new 'round rides' and two new rollercoasters to be built between 2010 and 2016.
Je suis pas très bon en Anglais mais bon. Ils parlent de deux nouveaux coasters de 40 et 50 mètres.Et l'un d'eux pourrait être un Wooden (Plug'n'play Intamin?!? ) , c'est ça??
On parle de Mega Coaster de 50m de haut...
C'était pas un 4Th dimension B&M qui était prévu a la base?
Non ,ça c'est pour Gardaland
Très bonne nouvelle en tout cas j'espère que les 2 nouveaux rollercoasters seront signés B&M
Ca va être un peu compliqué de faire un wooden B&M