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Non Wooden Roller-Coaster

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Hey Guys. Check out this new Coaster. Tsunami at some international park. I thought Wooden Roller-Coasters were meant to contain mostly wood. Thus the name "Wooden Roller-Coaster". From what i have heard is that the only Non Metal substances are the nails and track. Correct me if i'm wrong. Well anyway, here's the link. Also check out the Construction shots to get a better view.

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The Coney Island Cyclone, probably the most famous wooden coaster in the world, is also a wood-on-steel build. There are dozens of coasters like this around the world, and became particularly popular when CCI were still around. It's far more maintenance friendly and is good when there are obstacles below.

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Would anyone know how much of the Scenic Railway is steel after the re-development of LPM? I didn't notice any steel when i went in october of last year but then again I wasn't really trying to find steel anyway.

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