Given that I was given my own car on several rides (including Tomb Blaster/Bubbleworks), it does make me question what purpose SRQs would serve there. SRQ's are about saving everyone time, not saving the Singles time!
What have they got to lose?
Dragon's Fury was routinely sent off with 3 riders making it a great SR ride. Plus I witnessed quite a few families in indecision over whether to all go on. So I'm surprised they removed that.
Fury's SRQ was moved for safety reasons, though a designated line would work great
Vampire, on the other hand, desperately needs an SR queue. People shouldn't mind sitting next to a stranger on "train" style coasters, no other park sends these sorts of trains out with incomplete rows. Walt Disney World is the epitome of family parks and yet they see fit to have SRQs. Obviously I can see it's not fantastic to have strangers sitting next to kids, but I don't see why that would come up anyway, since a family of 3 would logically have the adult in the empty row. Given it has the longest queue of any Chessington attraction...
It does need one, but how will Chessington organise it?
Burniel | Great at theme park knowledge, not so great at designing signatures.