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I thought I'd start a seperate forum for Leviathan specific construction updates, so that we can easily follow the coaster in one place. This was my first time seeing the vertical construction pr

Forgot to upload these after visiting Sunday. 

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1 hour ago, Flynn_Smith said:

Love this design. Interesting, wasn't there talks about a year back now about trains revealed at (i believe) IAAPA? I wonder where those went to?

That was just a concept, confirmed not to be for any rides. They show it off in this video from Iappa at the start:

They alao talk about Levvy at 2:20. Apparently the back of the train's going to be themed too!

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18 minutes ago, khadro said:

52m total

Gold spire/trident thing = 10m

Height of chairs is actually 42m perhaps?

Seems likely. Classic skyscraper thinking there

18 hours ago, Coasterlife said:

Sea world have posted this on their Instagram today, It looks so good already


Wait, I just watched this again, is this a recording of a 360 image rather than filmed video?

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4 minutes ago, xRazzBerryx said:

Looking really good on the concept art! 

@themagician That is jet rescue’s station on closer inspection, unless you’re talking about the blue bit in the middle. Possible queue area or theming around the helix’s? 

Hopefully an official POV is soon!! 

I think the blue bit in the middle, I can see what looks like a person.



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Okay! So! We've known about the backwards seat since the ride was announced. 
Trident has been nerfed. 
Get your salt shakers ready because I heard the model they had secured, had not been as secured as they originally thought. Hence the drop from 52m to 42m.
That's not confirmed at all and is purely speculation based on reports i've heard but with the shitty luck Village has had this year with New Atlantis, it wouldn't surprise me. 

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