Overview of Phantasialand with the new area Rookburgh marked on.
Recent footage of the test set up. A film crew and staff wearing Phantasialand jackets were spotted recently filming the testing as well.
A lot of metal structures have went up around the track that has already been installed. The structures seem to be for themed facades/backdrops, chimneys and towers. And a large number of the supports (including the tallest supports which hold the inversion) will be enclosed with theming from Universal Rocks (who did the rockwork for Klugheim and Chiapas).
Footers have also been completed on the other side of the site, and a lot of concrete working is taking place to complete the station which runs through the middle of the site (the station will most likely be underground like Black Mamba's).
At the Vekoma factory a lot of track is sitting outside waiting to be transported to Phantasialand. A lot of black sideways track for the station and brakerun (and if there is one perhaps a dark ride section?).https://svhas2004.wixsite.com/vekoma/portraits
Red track parts for the launch which strangely curved... Various different ideas have been put forward but I believe most believe it will be some sort of half loop launch. You enter in the flying position and exit on your back (then there is either a 'lie to fly' or it completes a full loop). But we'll not know for sure until it is erected on site.
And lastly, yesterday Vekoma started dismantling the test set up. Seemingly they are finished with testing and are content that it works.