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This thing is going up so quick, I'll try and get some photos of it when I visit in 2 weeks, I bet it's going to look massive!  

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I’m certain they are trying to go for the largest park in the world, let alone Poland. 

 

This park ark continues to churn out major new addition after new addition. It is impressive!

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I'm really exited to visit on tuesday,/wednsday though the weather isn't looking too good so I hope I don't get rained out for my 2 days there :l 

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Next year could be a trip year there, but I don’t have 2020 vision. 

 

The park’s newer investments are considerably better than the early year investments. 

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Visited last week, very nice park, ops let it down though... 1 train on everything with some lengthy queues, 1 train on hyperion with 40 min queue is an ouch, though they added 2 trains to foruma for about an hour.. then took it off.. 

 

Hyperion is a good coaster, but only "good" its rather shaky, the drop and first airtime hill is insane, then it kinda does nothing afterwards 

and the queue system is atrocious on one train, takes forever, and people Q jump.. 

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^Interesting experience. When I visited last year (on a Tuesday outside holidays). The coasters were on a reduced capacity, but they were very good at adding (and albeit removing) trains when demand dictated. Thought operations were largely good, so a shame you didn't get something similar!

 

In other news, Zadra looks good:

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From Testing Attractions Facebook

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Gosh so trying to keep up with this park is hard.

 

2020 the park are of course putting in the new themed area Dragon's Castle, which will have Zadra, a kiddie coaster (made by Preston & Barbieri), dark ride and some other stuff. They're also getting the Vekoma double launch in a separate area. Few weeks back I posted about purple Vekoma track being at the park for the double launch. Turns out I was wrong...

 

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Surprise! A new Vekoma family coaster in the Dragon's Castle area, which is in addition to the already announced family coaster.

 

And now, we have light blue Vekoma track at the park, which is presumably for the double launch. But with this park, who bloody knows...

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So come next year, Energylandia will have 16 open and operating coasters; the most in Europe (not counting Wonderland Eurasia in Turkey since like only 9 of their 17 are currently open). The long term plan has also indicated that they're looking into getting a Vekoma mine train and the long-rumoured new-gen Vekoma tilt coaster in the next 4 years. No doubt they'll sprinkle in some other stuff too.

 

Totally expect the park to be aiming for the highest coaster count in the world, and that certainly seems possible within the next five years. Though there are rumours that the park are already considering removing some of the weaker attractions that are poorly themed, including some of their kiddie creds. So yeah, watch this space..

 

 

And whilst I'm here, let's chuck in some Zadra photos..

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Source: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=159449439&postcount=19044

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