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9 minutes ago, jjuttp said:

Just trying to piece everything together, where are the photos located, and the herb garden?

The herb garden is opposite the Road Runner Rollercoaster, next to the photo pass scanners. The other pics are of the seating area in the Wild West section opposite the mural. 

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Assuming this is the new Western Show Stage Entry? Putting a ramp in by an area that is almost barely ever used seems like a lot of trouble for nothing..

UNLESS a new Show (or at least temporary Holiday attraction for now?) is on it's way to an otherwise perpetually dead area of the Park?

Hmmm...

 

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15 hours ago, MickeyD said:

Assuming this is the new Western Show Stage Entry? Putting a ramp in by an area that is almost barely ever used seems like a lot of trouble for nothing..

UNLESS a new Show (or at least temporary Holiday attraction for now?) is on it's way to an otherwise perpetually dead area of the Park?

Hmmm...

 

Getting the new entry ready for use in Fright Nights maybe?

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On 10/06/2018 at 2:49 PM, pushbutton said:

2.45pm. Carpark full and plenty of guests around,  yet......

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and that's on a Sunday! 

On a more positive note, the "GET OUT" guy is back  (they've installed a new TV screen) on Wild West ! 

 

8 hours ago, rac2703 said:

Getting the new entry ready for use in Fright Nights maybe?

What?

For a half a dozen nights a year and..  that's all?? 

Funny thing about having a 2000+ seat fully airconditioned venue and not actually using it!

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Went to movie world today. Great to see everything on the Wild West falls, super man escape, water was working today finally the park seems to be fixing all themed effects for there rides look forward to seeing Scooby doo, wishing 🤗 green Lantern gets the sound working can only wish

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