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UK queueline closes taken for granted in the UK???
I don't, I'm a season ticket holder at BPB.
They shut the queueline at any time in the last half hour if there is no actual queue.
Lack of competition... MonopolyHmm I thought of innovation and creativity too with lack of space like Nemesis Oblivion and Icon but it does seem the UK industry has stagnated compared to Europe in recent years. Any thoughts why the UK seems to be doing badly compared to things in Europe where climate are economies are similar?
I think the smaller uk parks are better than the smaller European parks. I not been to many theme parks in Europe but I enjoy the parks round Cornwall and Devon are they look miles better than what I seen from the small European parks shawn’s visited this year.
Tripsdrill is an interesting one, I went there 10 years ago and I'd have definitely called it a small park (with a few larger rides on the far field).
But it's been so successful I'd class it as a medium sized park now.
So on that basis I'd say Europe has some fantastic small parks that have managed to become larger attractions because of the high quality.