RobStandley wrote:What they mean is you can start queuing before it opens. Much like for example if you were to queue outside the post office before it opens, you'd be stood outside and then when in opens you'd go in but you'd be at the front of the main queue inside ready to be served first.Just viewed a Tweet by AT saying that you can start que'ing for The Smiler at 9am, suggesting that ERT isn't needed to do this. Anyone confirm this?
RobStandley wrote:I understand that but do you need early ride time to do so? Normally. you have to wait just past the Frog/Lily Pad's until 10am unless you have early ride time.
lewis97 wrote:I believe you're allowed into the park, and could wait around or queue (whatever you want to call it) for a ride outside of the actual queue line. As The Smiler isn't on ERT anyone can join the queue that forms and wait until 10am, which is when everyone has access to all the rides, so long as they aren't closed, say due to valleying, for example.
Looks like they have finally got rid of the horrible mud guards.
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singhters wrote:we was told that the fast track tickets had sold out so they do exist, people were queing up for them at one hut the lady had one left.
aircanman wrote:I had a feeling those novelty wheel covers would be removed at sometime, I doubt they had any bearing on the speed of the train mind you, however I suppose every little bit helps. They did look good mind you.