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Gravity Group's New Trains

Graeme Graeme Profile

Posted:
5/11/09 at
9:31:13 AM

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One of the most exciting coaster developments at the moment (in my opinion), is Gravity Group's single-row articulated trains. Here they are being tested out on Holiday World's Raven:

I love the 2nd video in particular.

It's great that you could now buy either a GCI or a GG and get single-row articulated trains. Let's have loads of both!

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 5/13/09 12:35:46 AM

This is old news to me. :P All Razzing aside, I really love the new Timberliners, and was floored just fast the test train was going about on Raven. Awesome stuff.

BTW Grazza, I haven't checked my mail yet (my comp don't allow me to go on Yahoo Mail without some kind of fuss), if so, what did you think of the new junior woodie from GG?

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by Graeme Graeme Profile at 5/13/09 10:11:15 AM

> This is old news to me. :P All Razzing aside, I really love
> the new Timberliners, and was floored just fast the test
> train was going about on Raven. Awesome stuff.

Yep, and then I thought, that's not even the full-length train!

> BTW Grazza, I haven't checked my mail yet (my comp don't
> allow me to go on Yahoo Mail without some kind of fuss), if
> so, what did you think of the new junior woodie from GG?

I really liked it! It's nice to still have some great woodie builders. I must admit, I was pretty sceptical about Gravity Group with their earlier coasters, but with Fireball and the Timberliners, they're looking fantastic!

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 5/13/09 8:22:57 PM

> This is old news to me. :P All Razzing aside, I really love
> the new Timberliners, and was floored just fast the test
> train was going about on Raven. Awesome stuff.

> Yep, and then I thought, that's not even the full-length
> train!

> BTW Grazza, I haven't checked my mail yet (my comp don't
> allow me to go on Yahoo Mail without some kind of fuss), if
> so, what did you think of the new junior woodie from GG?

> I really liked it! It's nice to still have some great
> woodie builders. I must admit, I was pretty sceptical about
> Gravity Group with their earlier coasters, but with
> Fireball and the Timberliners, they're looking fantastic!

I now get the blogs and podcasts from Gravity Group, and the more I find out about the Timberliners and such, I'll post it. I'm glad they're starting to turn into CCI a bit with its mdisize coasters...and no doubt will be double out and backs. ;)(except well more managed).

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by Graeme Graeme Profile at 5/14/09 9:47:52 AM

> I now get the blogs and podcasts from Gravity Group, and
> the more I find out about the Timberliners and such, I'll
> post it. I'm glad they're starting to turn into CCI a bit
> with its mdisize coasters...and no doubt will be double out
> and backs. ;)(except well more managed).

Ah, you remembered my love for double out & backs!

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 5/14/09 10:51:17 PM

Of course I did!

Re: Gravity Group's New Trains by rosedai at 10/19/12 4:38:20 AM
This takes me back to before they built Silver Star. The rumour was that Europa was about to build a woodie. However, when we saw the huge scale of the plans, we suspected it might be a hypercoaster instead. http://www.lalunetteshopfr.com/

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