Holiday World will install new trains on The Voyage coaster for 2010
Written by Robert Niles
Holiday World announced today that it will install new Timberliner trains on its top roller coaster, The Voyage, for 2010.Tweet
From the Santa Claus, Indiana park's press release:
[Holiday World president Will] Koch says the Timberliner’s wheels are engineered to steer through curves as they move along the coaster track, creating a smoother ride and less wear and tear on the track. The seats are ergonomically designed for greater comfort, including an exclusive seat-suspension design. The padded seats will also accommodate wider-hipped and longer-legged riders.
Concept art of the Timberliner trains. Image courtesy Holiday World
The new trains were designed by The Gravity Group, the Cincinnati design firm that created the coaster. They were tested at the park last spring.
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