Christmas Town at BGE in 2009

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Christmas Town at BGE in 2009

Postby SteelVenomFan » Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:04 pm

Sounds like at least some of the coasters will operate weather permitting. Take note, Hershey!

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Re: Christmas Town at BGE in 2009

Postby Yoshi » Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:56 pm

So they can operate a 205 ft tall coaster in November and December and Hershey can't operate a little mine train or small looper? I really hope this convinces Hershey to open some coasters next year. The only thing I am concered about is the hours are 4 - 9. The warmest part of the day is almost over by then so it seems like you have less of a chance of the coasters operating.
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Re: Christmas Town at BGE in 2009

Postby Tori_is_neat » Fri Dec 05, 2008 11:35 am

Southern Viriginia is also about ten degrees warmer than up here, though. And I'm sure B&M coasters are going to be easier to maintain in the cold than ol' Sooperdooper. So, I can why Hershey wouldn't open their coasters while BGE would.
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