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British Theme Park Archive Expertly Preserves Extinct UK Attractions

In a day where it seems that everyone has a theme park blog or YouTube channel these days, content can become a bit repetitive. It’s not easy to find original intelligent content that covers unique material, but also helps preserves the past. Recently, I discovered a virtual gold mine with British Theme Park Archive. I

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Roller Coaster Restaurant Coming to United Kingdom

Given the choice, the next time you are at a restaurant, would you rather have your food delivered via a server or roller coaster? No need to answer. I got you. Coming to Alton Towers will be another roller coaster restaurant (the first being in Germany). Imagine ordering your food via text and when ready,

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3 Things The Theme Park Industry Needs To Notice About Alton Towers Smiler Incident

Major accidents, whether we like it or not, cause us to make changes in how we operate as a society. Thanks to the Titanic, every seaworthy vessel now must carry lifeboats with the exact number of seats the ship can carry.  In the theme park world, Walt Disney World is reportedly testing an automation system

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