Happy New Year everybody. We hope you had a fun and safe Holiday season. After a much needed week off we have recharged our LIM's and are ready to kick off another great year of Park Journey.
We will have some great New Years Eve updates later in the week but we figured we'd start off with a look at Justice League at Magic Mountain, as there is actually some stuff to share.
Written by Gregg Condon
On our week off decided to head up to the park to ride some rides with The Coaster Guy because, you know, he's not at the park enough as it is. ;)
It was a beautiful if not slightly busy day. The walkways of the park were oddly not too crowded but the ride lines were pretty long. The rides we rode (Viper, Gold Rusher, Scream, Twisted Colossus) were all moving well though as operations seemed great all around the park.
Most of the foundation is done here. While there is no building erected yet it appears they are doing things a bit different than the other Justice League rides.
As you can see the foundation for the ride itself is pretty high off the ground. We aren't sure if this is the same for the other rides, but if it is they did this after the building was built. Looking back on our construction pics at SFGAm and SFOG the building was up pretty quick.
A look at the back of the site to give a perspective on how big the area is.
A closer shot, you can see just how high the foundation goes from the ground. Yes, these were taken from a public area. =)
From the other side, you can see how much concrete they've been using here.
Since we were at the park for Holiday in the Park, we got a rare nighttime construction photo as well. ;)
In addition, some trees have started to be removed as they prepare to turn this area into Metropolis.
We'd anticipate that the area will be closing pretty soon, probably when the park goes back to weekend only operation next week.
Some more ground clearing work going on near the food area. Possibly for the beer garden.
The Johnny Rocket's on the backside of the park now has mobile ordering using the Six Flags app. Cool idea, let's see if it takes off. We love using our mobile app at Starbucks.
One other small note, some Fright Fest props are back near Twisted Colossus still. They will probably make their way further backstage soon.
Also, quick note, starting tomorrow (January 2nd) The New Revolution will be in "traditional" mode (NO VR) the way God, err, Anton intended.
It's going to be interesting to see how the ride functions with no VR. No timetable has been set for the return of the VR, but let's hope they move it to a lesser ride (Green Lantern maybe ... lol).
Alright, that's going to wrap it up for this New Years update. We hope you enjoyed.
Now that construction is picking up we'll be attempting to have more updates of Justice League than we've been having. Helps that there's no more holiday events to cover too. ;)
Hopefully there will be another tour of Justice League soon.
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