Number 17 - Viper at Six Flags Great America! WOW! What a surprise this was! I was not even expecting this ride to be a top 10 in this park, let alone make the top 20 overall! For a wooden coaster that is over 20 years old, it was surprisingly smooth! Also, the airtime was great! It was the first coaster I rode at Great America, and what a start to my day that was! Awesome coaster that isn't talked about enough!
Looky looky what I made 😍
Oh you fancy, huh? Multi wood endgrain coasters are up for grabs. Hard maple, soft maple, Goncalo Alves, bloodwood, cherry, walnut, black locust, sapele and canarywood combine to make a pretty freakin' sweet #coaster . Approx 3 3/16" square x 5/16" thick. Sanded to 220 grit and 3 coats of teak oil have been applied to seal the grain. Sold in sets of 4 for $29. Buy 2 sets or more and get Free Shipping. I've already sold some so get them while they last, only 6 sets remain. Will be added to the Etsy store shortly, but DM me if interested before they sell out. @designableco
Also I happened to see one of the 2 #F59PHI locomotives on #Coaster which I wish I would've seen it in action but not quite but anyway here it is 3002 and in front of it is 3001 as well!!!! 😉😎😉🚅☀️️🔔😂😆📢🚆🚄😅📱😃😃👍😄😄🙂🚂⛅️🎁⚡️❤️️😄🔔☀️️😉🚆🚉📸📸🇺🇸🇺🇸📹📹😉🚆🤑 #train_nerds & #takethetrain
karacho / tripsdrill
📸 / me
Karacho is a Gerstlauer Infinity coaster at Tripsdrill in Cleebronn, Germany, and there doesn’t seem to be anyone who actually knows how to say the name properly. Karac-o? Kara - cho? Who knows? What’s the weirdest coaster name you’ve ever heard?