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                 Rollercoaster Tycoon - Ride, Shop, & Stall FAQ
                             Version 1.4 (12/30/04)
                 By Jim Chamberlin (red_phoenix_1@hotmail.com)

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    This FAQ covers only the Ride, Shops, and Stalls of RollerCoaster Tycoon.
    For a more complete FAQ, stay tuned for the FAQ I'm helping Dan Simpson 
    with, as that will be THE RCT FAQ on the 'Net!


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                               Table Of Contents
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    I.    Transport Rides
    II.   Gentle Rides
    III.  Roller Coasters
    IV.   Thrill Rides
    V.    Water Rides
    VI.   Stalls & Shops
    VII.  Other Notes
    VIII. Legal Notice & Acknowledgments


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                              I.   Transport Rides
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Miniature Railroad
Construction: Narrow-guage railroad track, with miniature passenger trains.
Researchable Vehicles: Steam Train with Covered Cars
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 29ft
Vehicles: Steam Train
Approximate Cost: $1,300 upwards


Monorail
Construction: Track is a box-section steel rail supported on square-section
steel posts.  Trains are powered and run along the top of the rail with
additional wheels either side for stability.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 32ft
Vehicles: Small Monorail Car, Large Monorail Train
Approximate Cost: $1,550 upwards


Suspended Monorail
Construction: Track is a box-section steel rail suspended by steel support
legs.  Trains are powered, and hang underneath the rail.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 52 ft
Vehicles: Suspended Monorail Train
Approximate Cost: $2,400


Chairlift
Construction: Car hangs from a steel cable which runs continuously from one end
of the chairlift to the other end and around large turnaround wheels at each
end.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 173ft
Vehicles: Chairlift Cars, Chairlift Cars (Alternate)
Approximate Cost: $1,440 upwards

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                               II.   Gentle Rides
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Cycle Railway
Construction: Track consists of steel rails for supporting and guiding the 
bicycles.
Max. Height above ground: 19ft
Vehicles: Bicycles
Approximate Cost: $450 upwards


Crooked House
Construction: Wooden building with crooked rooms designed to disorientate 
people walking through it.
Approximate Cost: $260


Haunted House
Construction: Large themed building containing scary corridors and spooky rooms.
Vehicles: Haunted house Building
Approximate Cost: $340


Ferris Wheel
Construction: Large wheel with 16 self-righting chairs
Vehicles: Ferris Wheel
Approximate Cost: $450


Hedge Maze
Construction: Maze is constructed from 6-foot tall hedges.  Guests wander 
around the maze and can only leave through the exit.
Approximate Cost: $216 upwards


Merry-Go-Round
Construction: Circular carousel with horses and a fairground organ mounted in 
the center.
Vehicles: Carousel
Approximate Cost: $460


Miniature Golf
Construction: A gentle game of miniature golf.
Approximate Cost: $740 upwards


Observation Tower
Construction: The tower is a cylindrical steel structure.  The observation car 
is hauled up by cables running to the top of the tower.
Vehicles: Rotating Cabin
Approximate Cost: $592 upwards


Car Ride
Construction: Track is made from wood planking, with a central guide rail.  Cars
are powered, and follow the guide rail along the track
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 26ft
Vehicles: Sportscars, Racing Cars, Trucks
Approximate Cost: $540 upwards


Cycle Monorail
Construction: The powered cars run on steel track, and are controlled by the 
pedaling of the riders.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 29ft
Vehicles: Helicopter Cars
Approximate Cost: $540 upwards


Spiral Slide
Construction: Wooden structure with an internal staircase and an external 
spiral slide for use with slide mats.
Approximate Cost: $330


Bumper Cars
Construction: Metal roofing and overhead mesh provide power for the bumper cars.
Vehicles: Bumper Cars
Approximate Cost: $440


Space Rings
Construction: Each space ring consists of concentric steel pivoted to allow 
free rotation in all directions.
Vehicles: Space Rings
Approximate Cost: $288


Cicrus Show
Construction: Show takes place inside a circus-style big top tent
Approximate Cost: $500


Ghost Train
Construction: track has a central guide rail, and can be constructed above 
ground or underground to create an enclosed ride.  Cars are powered, and follow 
the guide rail along the track.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 32ft
Vehicles: Ghost Train Cars
Approximate Cost: $570 upwards


Flying Saucers
Construction: Air is kept under pressure beneath the floor, entering the flying 
saucer cars through valves in the floor.  The cars then float on the cushion 
of air this creates.
Vehicles: Flying Saucers
Approximate Cost: $560

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                             III.   Roller Coasters
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Wooden Side-Friction
Construction: Track is laminated wood, topped with a flat steel running rail, 
constructed on a wooden support structure.  Trains are guided along the track 
by side-friction wheels running inside wooden guide rails.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 78ft
Vehicles: Wooden Side-Friction Cars
Other Info: Cheap and easy to build, but the track layout needs to be designed 
carefully, otherwise the cars can fly straight off the track on the hills.
Approximate Cost: $1,517 upwards


Virginia Reel
Construction: Track is a flat-bottomed wooden trough.  The cars are guided 
along the track by the sides of the trough, spinning as they touch the sides.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 59ft
Vehicles: Virginia Reel Tubs
Other Info: Design the track layout with as many corners as possible to keep 
the circular cars spinning.
Approximate Cost: $975 upwards


Wooden Reverser
Construction: Track is laminated wood, topped with a flat steel running rail,
constructed on a wooden support structure.  Cars run on bogies guided along
the track by side-friction wheels running.  Special sections of track are used
to turn the car around, allowing it to run backwards.
Special track elements: Reversing stations
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 78ft
Vehicles: Reverser Cars
Approximate Cost: $1,517 upwards


Wooden
Construction: Track is laminated wood, topped with a flat steel running rail, 
constructed on a wooden support structure.  Trains are held on the track by 
upstop wheels, which run under the inside edge of the rails.  
Special track elements: Banked Curves, On-Ride Photo, Water Splash
Researchable Special track elements: Vertical Loop.
Banked curves: 30 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 105ft
Vehicles: Wooden Roller Coaster Train, Wooden Roller Coaster Train (Backwards)
Other Info: A good Wooden Roller Coaster is fast, has plenty of air-time, some 
lateral G's, steep drops, and is designed to feel 'out-of-control'.
Approximate Cost: $2,800 upwards


Wooden Twister
Construction: Track is laminated wood, topped with a flat steel running rail, 
constructed on a wooden support structure.  Trains are held on the track by
upstop wheel, which run under the inside edge of the rails.  Special track 
elements: Banked Curves, Steep Twist, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo
Banked Curves: 50-degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 105ft
Vehicles: Roller Coaster Train
Other Info: Trains are articulated and have flanged running wheels to allow 
smoother ride on twisted track.
Approximate Cost: $2,800 upwards


Wooden Crazy Rodent
Construction: Track is laminated wood topped with a flat steel running rail, 
constructed on a wooden support structure.  Cars are held on the track by 
mushroom shaped pegs running between steel guide rails in the center of the 
track, allowing the cars to tilt over corners.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 59ft
Vehicles: Mouse Cars, Mine Trucks
Other Info: A good Crazy Rodent Roller Coaster is all about tight turns and 
sudden drops-the more intense, the better.
Approximate Cost: $1,480 upwards


Steel Wild Mouse
Construction: Track consists of tubular steel rails.  Supports are large tubular
steel posts.  Care are held on the track by wheels above, below and inside the
running rails.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 68ft
Vehicles: Mouse Cars
Other Info: A good Crazy Rodent is all about tight turns and sudden drops - the
more the better.
Approximate Cost: $1,640 upwards


Inverted Wild Mouse
Construction: Track consists of tubular steel rails.  Supports are large tubular
steel posts.  Cars hang under the track, held on by wheels above, below and
outside the running rails.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 68ft
Vehicles: Suspended Wild Mouse Cars
Other Info: A good Crazy Rodent Roller Coaster is all about tight turns and
sudden drops  the more intense the better.
Approximate Cost: $2,000 upwards


Steel Mini
Construction: Track has steel running rails with cross-bracing.  Supports are 
thin square-section posts.  Trains are held on the track by wheels above, below
and outside the running rails.
Special Track elements: Banked Curves, Banked Helix.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees (straight and curved)
Max. Height above ground: 65ft
Vehicles: 'Ladybird' Cars, 'Log' Cars, Spinning Cars, 'Rocket' Cars
Other Info: Cheaper than other types of roller coaster, but can't be built as 
tall and curves can't be banked.
Approximate Cost: $1,320 upwards


Mine Train
Construction: Track consists of tubular steel running rails, fastened to a 
wooden support structure. Trains are held on the track by wheels above, below, 
and inside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo
Banked curves: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 68ft
Vehicles: Mine Train
Other Info: The Mine Train is all about fast, smooth, twisted track, and can be 
improved considerably by adding tunnels.
Approximate Cost: $3,050 upwards


Steel
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the inside edges of 
the track by wheels above, below and outside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, Banked Helix,
On-Ride Photo
Banked curved: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 150ft
Vehicles: Roller Coaster Train
Other Info: Gives a very smooth rid, and allows the design of long, fast, 
twisted layouts.
Approximate Cost: $3,350 upwards


Stand Up
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the inside edges of 
tubular steel running rails.  Supports are large tubular steel posts. Trains are
held on the track by wheels above, below, and outside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, On-Ride Photo
Researchable Special track elements: Half-Loop, Corkscrew.
Banked curves: 30 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 131ft
Vehicles: Stand-Up Roller Coaster Cars
Other Info: Gives a more intense ride than a sit-down roller coaster, so the 
track requires careful design to avoid high G forces, especially lateral G's.
Approximate Cost: $3,750 upwards


Steel Corkscrew
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the outside edges 
of tubular steel running rails.  Supports are large tubular steel posts.  Trains
are held on the track by wheels above, below and inside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, Half Loop, 
Corkscrew, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo
Banked Curves: 50-degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 239ft
Vehicles: Roller Coaster Train
Other Info: Can give a slightly rough ride, but allows the most complex track 
elements to be used, can be built to large height.
Approximate Cost: $3,900 upwards


Steel Twister
Construction: Track has a box-section steel spine, connected to the inside 
edges of tubular steel running rails. Supports are large tubular steel posts. 
Trains are held on the track by wheels above, below and outside the running 
rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, Half Loop, 
Corkscrew, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo, Barrel Roll, Large Loop and Half Loop
Researchable Special track elements: Launched Lift Hill.
Banked curves: 50-degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 282ft
Vehicles: Roller Coaster Train, Stand-Up Roller Coaster Train
Researchable Vehicles: Floorless Roller Coaster Train, Floorless Roller Coaster
Train (non-looping).
Other Info: Articulated trains allow this type of roller coaster to use a wide 
variety of twisted track and inversions.
Approximate Cost: $4,950 upwards


Suspended
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the inside edges of 
tubular steel running rails.  Supports are larges tubular steel posts. Trains 
hang underneath the track, swinging freely from a chassis held on by wheels 
above, below and outside the running rails.
Special track elements: Helix
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 105ft
Vehicles: Suspended Swinging Cars
Other Info: A good Suspended Roller Coaster requires plenty of curves and 
helixes to provide the high lateral G's required to swing the cars.
Approximate Cost: $3,550 upwards


Inverted
Construction: Track has a square-section steel spine, connected to the inside 
edges of tubular steel rails.  Supports are large square-section steel posts. 
Trains hang underneath the track, held in position by wheels above, below and 
outside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, Inline 
Twist, Half Loop, Corkscrew, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo
Banked curves: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degree
Max. Height above ground: 118ft
Vehicles: Suspended Chairs
*Note* - Loopy Landscapes adds a new vehicle with a 4-across seating arrangement
Other Info: An Inverted Roller Coaster feels more intense and exciting than a 
sit-down roller coaster; due to the exposed feeling the riders have with their
feet dangling below them and the lack of a car around them.
Approximate Cost: $4,100 upwards


Suspended Looping
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the outside edge of
tubular steel running rails.  Supports are large tubular steel posts.  Trains
hang underneath the track, held in position by wheels above, below, and inside
the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, In-Line
Twists, Half Loop, Corkscrew, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo
Banked Curves: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Maximum Height above ground: 118ft
Vehicles: Inverted Coaster Trains, Face-Off Cars
Other Info: The Suspended looping coaster allows compact track layouts and
various types of inversions.  The cars hang beneath the track, with the
passengers' feet dangling below.
Approximate Cost: $3750 upwards


Suspended Single-Rail
Construction: Track is a single tubular steel rail, supported by tubular steel 
posts.  Cars hang from the rail, swinging freely from side to side.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 42ft
Vehicles: Single-Person Swinging Chairs, Lying-Down Swinging Cars
Approximate Cost: $1,800 upwards


Single-Rail
Construction: Track consists of two tubular steel rails, one above the other 
connected by bracing.  Supports are thin tubular steel posts.  Cars are held on 
the track by wheels above, below and either side of the rails.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 59ft
Vehicles: Horses, Motorbikes
Other Info: An exciting ride, as the riders feel vulnerable sitting so high 
above the track. Corners have no banking, so be careful to avoid high lateral 
G's.
Approximate Cost: $1,680 upwards


Bobsled
Construction: Track is a semi-circular channel, supported by tubular steel 
posts. Cars run on small wheels, and are free to take their own course along 
the track, guided only y the curvature and gradient of the channel.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Banked Helix
Banked curves: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 78ft
Vehicles: Bobsleigh Cars
Other Info: Track layout requires very careful planning, as cars can crash of 
the track at the crests of hills if it is going to fast.
Approximate Cost: $2,700 upwards


Heartline Twister
Construction: Track consists of tubular steel running rails running through 
circular steel hoops. Cars run centrally between the rails, allowing heartline 
twists.
Special track elements: Heartline Roll
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 95ft
Vehicles: Twister Cars, Twister Cars (Reversed)
Other Info: Due to the constraints of the track and car design, corners are not 
possible, so build a complete circuit special transfer tracks are used to 
transfer between a lower and an upper track.
Approximate Cost: $3,030 upwards


Flying
Construction: Track has a tubular steel spine, connected to the outside edges 
of tubular steel running rails.  Supports are large tubular steel posts.  Trains
are held on the track by wheels below and inside the running rails.
Special track elements: Banked curves, Vertical Loop, Steep Twist, Banked Helix,
On-Ride Photo, Inline Twists
Researchable Special track elements: Corkscrew, Half-Loop.
Banked Curves: 50 degree banking
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximim slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 111ft
Vehicles: Flying Roller Coaster Train
Other Info: To give the feeling of flight, the passengers ride in a lying-down 
position.  The track can twist to allow the riders to travel face-up with the 
track below them, or suspended face-down with the track above them.
Approximate Cost: $4,000 upwards


Reverse Whoa Belly
Construction: Car runs on steel girder tracks.  The car is accelerated  out of
the station, along level track using Linear Induction Motors.  It then coasts 
up the vertical section of track, and free-falls backwards down the track to 
return to the station.
Maximum track slope: 90 degrees
Vehicles: Reverse Whoa Belly Car
Other Info: The ultimate speed of this ride is controlled by the length of the
straight track - to achieve maximum speed, a very long length of acceleration
track must be built before the slope upwards.
Approximate Cost: $6,750 upwards


Vertical
Construction: Track has a square section steel spine, connected to the inside 
edges of tubular steel running rails. Supports are large square section steel 
posts. Trains are held on the track by wheels above, below, and outside the
running rails.
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Steep Twist, Banked Helix, On-Ride Photo,
Vertical drop, Holding Brake (for vertical drop)
Banked Curves: 50-degree banking
Maximum track slope: 90 degrees
Lift hill maximum slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 239ft
Vehicles: Vertical Roller Coaster Cars
Other Info: Gives a smooth ride with limited scope for special track, but 
allows vertical track to be built.
Approximate Cost: $3,780 upwards


Air Powered Vertical
Construction: Track consists of steel of steel girders.  Trains run on rubber
tires to give a smooth ride, with up-stop wheels below.
Special Track Elements: Banked Curve, Vertical Track
Maximum track slope: 90 degrees
Vehicles: Air Powered Coaster Train
Other Info: The train is launched out of the station by an air-powered launch
system.  To achieve a comfortable ride, the launch speed should be carefully
chosen so the train is travelling at a minimum speed over the crest of the
hill.
Approximate Cost: $6750 upwards


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                               IV.   Thrill Rides
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Scrambled Eggs
Construction: Three pairs of seats rotate at the end of three rotating arms.
Vehicles: Scrambled Eggs Arms and Cars
Approximate Cost: $360


Whoa Belly
Construction: The tower is constructed from steel girders and contains large 
pneumatic cylinders to launch the car upwards.
Vehicles: Whoa Belly Car
Approximate Cost: $800 upwards


Swinging Ship
Construction: Large ship suspended from steel supports.
Vehicles: Swinging Ship
Approximate Cost: $387


Go Karts
Construction: Tarmac track with tyre barriers on each side.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 29ft
Vehicles: Go Karts
Approximate Cost: $920 upwards


Swinging Inverted Ship
Construction: Large ship attached to arm with counterweight at opposite end.  
Swings through complete 360 degree circle.
Vehicles: Swinging Inverter Ship
Approximate Cost: $424


Motion Simulator
Construction: Simulator pod mounted on a hydraulic arm.
Vehicles: Simulator Pod
Approximate Cost: $440


3D Cinema
Construction: Cinema is located inside a geodesic sphere.
Vehicles: Cinema Building
Approximate Cost: $560


Gravitron
Construction: Gondola is suspended by large rotating arms at each side.  The 
supporting arms can both move the gondola and rotate it upside down in a preset 
sequence.
Vehicles: Gravitron Car
Approximate Cost: $580


Roto-Drop
Construction: The ring of seats is pulled up to the top of the tower while 
gently rotating, then allowed to free-fall down, stopping gently at the bottom 
using magnetic brakes.
Vehicles: Freefall Car
Approximate Cost: $880 upwards


Enterprise
Construction: Passenger-carrying pods hand around the edge of the wheel, which
first starts spinning and then lifted up by a supporting arm.
Vehicles: Enterprise Wheel
Approximate Cost: $800


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                                V.   Water Rides
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Water Slide
Construction: Track is a semi-circular plastic channel with a small amount of 
water running along it.  Boats slide along the track, assisted by the flow of 
water.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Lift hill maximum: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 65ft
Vehicles: Dinghies
Other Info: A good Water Slide requires at least one steep drop, but can be 
extended into a complex layout, so long as care is taken on the crests of hills,
as dinghies can crash off track.
Approximate Cost: $1,200 upwards


Jet Skis
Construction: Jet SKis loading platform is built on a lake.
Vehicles: Jet Skis
Approximate Cost: $205+


Log Flume
Construction: Water Flume track supported by box-section steel supports.  Boats 
are propelled up slopes on rollers, and are then free to travel along the water 
channel at their own pace.
Special track elements: Reverser Turntable
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 39ft
Vehicles: Log Flume Boats
Approximate Cost: $1,320 upwards


River Rapids
Construction: Concrete water channel. Boats are free to take their own course 
along the channel.
Maximum track slope: 25 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 39ft
Vehicles: Rapids Boats
Approximate Cost: $1,840 upwards


River Ride
Construction: Water channel is supported by steel lattice supports.  The 
large-capacity flat-bottomed boats are propelled up slopes on a conveyor belt, 
and are the guided along the water channel by guidewheels under the hull.
Maximum track slope: 60 degrees
Max. Height above ground: 68ft
Vehicles: Boats
Other Info: As well as creating a gentle themed river ride, the ride can be 
used to create a thrilling splash ride if a steep drop is designed into the 
layout.
Approximate Cost: $1,260


Boat Hire
Construction: Boat dock consists of wooden platforms built on a lake.  Guide 
tracks can be built to limit where passengers steer the boats.
Vehicles: Rowing Boats, Swan Peddle-Boats, Bumper Boats, Water Tricycles
Approximate Cost: $205 upwards


Raft Ride
Construction: Water channel is supported by steel lattice supports.  The raft
boats are guided along the water channel by guide-wheels under the hull.
Vehicles: Raft Boats
Approximate Cost: $900+


Water Coaster
Construction: Track has steel running rails with cross-bracing,
Special track elements: Banked Curves, Banked Helix
Max. track slope: 60 degrees
Lift Hill Max. Slope: 25 degrees
Max. height above ground: 78ft
Vehicles: Boats
*Note* - The "water splash" sections can only be level track, either straight
segments or standard-radius curves.
Other Info: A mixture of a roller coaster and a water splash ride.  The boats
run on rails, allowing fast spiral turns and steep drops, which can be enhanced
by carefully positioned water splash sections
Approximate Cost: $1640+

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                              VI.   Stalls & Shops
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Ice Cream Stall
Sells: Ice Creams
Approximate Cost: $250


Fries Stall
Sells: Fries
Approximate Cost: $300


Hot Dog Stall
Sells: Hot Dogs
Approximate Cost: $290


Pizza Stall
Sells: Pizza
Approximate Cost: $275


Burger Bar
Sells: Burgers
Approximate Cost: $300


Fried Chicken Stall
Sells: Fried Chicken
Approximate Cost: $260


Exotic Sea-Food Stall
Sells: Tentacles
Approximate Cost: $325


Coffee Shop
Sells: Coffee
Approximate Cost: $250



Drink Stall
Sells: Drinks
Approximate Cost: $225


Lemonade Stall
Sells: Lemonade
Approximate Cost: $210



Cotton Candy Stall
Sells: Cotton Candy
Approximate Cost: $250


Popcorn Stall
Sells: Popcorn
Approximate Cost: $250


Donut Shop
Sells: Donuts
Approximate Cost: $262


Candy Apple Shop
Sells: Candy Apples
Approximate Cost: $245


Balloon Stall
Sells: Balloons
Approximate Cost: $200


Souvenir Stall
Sells: Cuddly Toys and Umbrellas
Approximate Cost: $210


T-Shirt Stall
Sells: T-Shirts
Approximate Cost: $255


Hat Stall
Sells: Hats
Approximate Cost: $250


Information Kiosk
Sells: Park Maps and Umbrellas
Approximate Cost: $250


Bathroom
Construction: Prefabricated concrete building
Approximate Cost: $200


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                               VII.   Other Notes
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  These all come from Greg Wolking...


  It may be useful to note that the Steel Mini, Vertical, and all 
  "Crazy Rodent" coasters allow direct transitions from level track to steep 
  (60-degree) slopes.


  Also, the wooden and steel "twister" coasters have a unique track segment 
  that can be very useful in tight spots.  This segment provides a transition 
  from a small-radius banked curve to a 25-degree upward slope (and 
  vice-versa).  The existence of this track segment is not obvious.  It's not 
  mentioned in the manual and it's not a "special" segment. I stumbled across 
  it purely by accident -- you have to push the track selection buttons in 
  just the right sequence to build this particular segment.


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                    VIII.   Legal Notice & Acknowledgments
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  - Greg Wolking for several small additions.

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