New construction photos of Universal Studios Florida's Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit coaster
Written by Robert Niles
With last week's news that Universal Studios Florida was pushing back the debut of its new roller coaster, Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit, I wondered how much work Universal still had to do. Well, Theme Park Insider reader Gareth H must have read my mind, because this afternoon he sent along these photos he snapped as he drove in to Universal.Tweet
Track arriving at Universal.
A crane lifts the main drop track into place.
A view of the station
A view from track level
(From the look of these, I'm thinking late June, early July. Anyone else want to take a guess?)
Thanks for the pics, Gareth.
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