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This will undoubtedly become a favourite first drop for many theme park fans.
The twisted mess of wood and steel is coming together to form a roller coaster. Somehow... but it is.
The sweeping lattice of wood that supports the towering first drop.
That glorious first drop.
Leviathan is looking great, with the first drop slowly starting to form.
The jarring juxtaposition between the graceful sweeping 'wave wall' and the abrupt stainless steel fences that secure the ride perimeter is somewhat ill-conceived. A solution that combined the requirements for a safe ride with a cohesive atmosphere would have been far more welcome.
While neatly presented, the small area and bare landscaping means shade is scant. Surely we'll see beach umbrellas providing desperately needed shade before too long -- at the expense of the area's atmosphere and sightlines.
The soldier statue greeting guests is the first theming element guests see. and the first indication that it's a rather surface-deep concept with no further story or explanation.
The view from the queue back towards Dockside Tavern is superb.
The Vortex area is quite small, which has led to this rather obtrusive sign, rather than a more organic ride exit tucked away behind the attraction that wouldn't be likely to promote loitering or confused guests.
This aged and weathered effect comes off really well in some of the water features.