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  • New Railing on California Screamin?

    http://darkbeer.smugmug.com/gallery/788537/8/35009270

    I guess the lawyers must of gotten to the park yet again. :blush:
    I wonder if that railing lowers and raises like Indy?

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    Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

    I dont even remember rails being on there
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    • #3
      Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

      I noticed them on Sunday. I figured they must raise out of the water.. But I don't see how that could be done?? I know they weren't there!
      Take Care,

      Brenda

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        Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

        Those railings have been there since day one, they are normally folded down, and are only raised if they need to evacuate guests, or have staff work on the track.....

        Since the trains are not running, might as well leave the railing up for the inspectors and maintenance folks to do their work.....
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        • #5
          Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

          Originally posted by Mitten
          I noticed them on Sunday. I figured they must raise out of the water.. But I don't see how that could be done?? I know they weren't there!
          They are always visable (never in the water), but they can fold down to the same level as the top of the track, which is their normal position.
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            Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

            Originally posted by Darkbeer
            They are always visable (never in the water), but they can fold down to the same level as the top of the track, which is their normal position.
            Ahh, that makes sense! Thanks!
            Take Care,

            Brenda

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            • #7
              Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

              Those must be the things that are usually at a slant, like in This Picture
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              • #8
                Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

                Aha!

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                • #9
                  Re: New Railing on California Screamin?

                  Lots of attractions have those. They're called deployable barriers and remain down during normal operation. But when a ride emergency stops or at the end of the night, or when someone steps out of a buzz lightyear vehicle and trips a sensor, etc they rise to make walking around the track safer.

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