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Chessington Project Amazon August Update

Chessington World Of Adventures
Tuesday 2nd August 2022
Project Amazon is steaming ahead and it won't be long until we start to see track arriving at the park then the really exciting construction begins! Since our last trip to the park, more metal work has been added to the huge theming structure and towards the bottom of the creature, concrete has already been sprayed creating a base structure. It would appear that work has now turned toward the top of the animal/structure. Workers could be spotted working on the head of what we think will become a lion/animal. At the front of the structure when you look head-on you can already see where the teeth of the animal will be. This huge structure once complete will have track spiralling up around it. So we expect this will be the last section where track will be installed. 

Around the rest of the site more fences have been installed down one side of the construction site. The maintenance building for the ride has been built and already has scaffolding around it ready to waterproof the building. A generator for the ride can also be seen behind the maintenance building, which to us looks big enough to hold two trains. But the question is, how could the ride handle 2 trains? Maybe outside the station towards the maintenance shed, there could be a turntable? Something similar to Pulsar at Walabi holland. 

It would also appear that the concrete base for one of the new flat rides towards the top of the site is being prepped ready for concrete to be poured over the next few days. Lots of dirt and soil have been moved recently and you can see banks being built around the area. 

No more news about the theme for the ride has been announced yet, but we're hoping we will start to hear some exciting news soon! 

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