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  • Ninja's Station History?

    When I was queuing for Ninja yesterday, I noticed how the floor was concrete around the walls of the round station and there was a giant lighter circle in the inner portion of the round building that was hollow compared to the outer concrete. It appeared to be a giant turntable such as the ones on Jet Stream and Grizzly River Run.

    Was this the top station for the tramway that used to be on this side of the mountain? I know the bottom station is the round one next to the entrance to the Jet Stream and is it roughly the same size and shape of Ninja's building.

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    Re: Ninja's Station History?

    Ninja's station used to be the top station of the Dragon.
    See more of my horrible photos (and a few good ones) at my Flickr photostream

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      Re: Ninja's Station History?

      I 2nd that. While I don't know of any pictures of the station, these are of the ride (sorry they're not larger).



      Last edited by JesterMn; 12-29-2009, 08:28 AM.
      Does anyone even bother with signatures anymore?

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        Re: Ninja's Station History?

        Ok thanks for the reply - it was bugging me . And JesterMn, I can't see your photos :/

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          Re: Ninja's Station History?

          ^I should have it fixed now.
          Does anyone even bother with signatures anymore?

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            Re: Ninja's Station History?

            Yup - it's all good. I remember seeing those photos somewhere before.

            Thanks!

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