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Rides come and go. Kings Island is a different place now than what it was even five years ago. Things change, and there is nothing we can do about it. If things didn`t change, look where we would be now. There would be no internet, or computers. Simple things like communication are now instantaneous, whereas before, you often would have to wait for letters to arrive via snail mail.

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Paul,

That shot of the Eiffel Tower is so amazing for so many reasons!

You have a remarkable eye for angles and catching intriguing action.

Thanks again for sharing!

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Oh that reminds me of one time I went to Math and Science Day with my middle school ( we had to build roller coasters models and discuss the mechanics of them) and when we were there, there were some schools that had to find the height of the Eiffel Tower by measuring it's shadow. *shudders*

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Oh that reminds me of one time I went to Math and Science Day with my middle school ( we had to build roller coasters models and discuss the mechanics of them) and when we were there, there were some schools that had to find the height of the Eiffel Tower by measuring it's shadow. *shudders*

I wonder if there's an app for that now?

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I know a lot of people would rather have the red color for Flight Deck but it doesn't look right in my opinion...

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I know a lot of people would rather have the red color for Flight Deck but it doesn't look right in my opinion...

rust-yellow doesn't work either.

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That just depresses me. What a cool area of the park. They could do so much with it. Why such neglect?

Oh. And thank you, sir. This photos are wonderful.

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Paul, as it has happend at certain times during this thread I have had nothing "interesting" to say about the last few photos...but I am still enjoying them.

Thanks! :)

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That just depresses me. What a cool area of the park. They could do so much with it. Why such neglect?

Oh. And thank you, sir. This photos are wonderful.

I have to agree. there is only one ride in that photo that is still in operation today and a couple of them weren't even replaced with something new.

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Paul, as it has happend at certain times during this thread I have had nothing "interesting" to say about the last few photos...but I am still enjoying them.

Thanks! :)

Same here. I often don't have anything worth saying about specific photos, but rest assured that I am enjoying each and every one. Thank you for posting them!

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Paul, as it has happend at certain times during this thread I have had nothing "interesting" to say about the last few photos...but I am still enjoying them.

Thanks! :)

Same here. I often don't have anything worth saying about specific photos, but rest assured that I am enjoying each and every one. Thank you for posting them!

Me 3. Really enjoying the pictures!

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Photo #93

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I still have the same news paper article some where, I do remember Top Gun being that packed and also waiting full queue!

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Photo #99 - Adventure Village 1996

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Wow ki one year before I started working there! Viking Fury and Skylab was the first two rides I operated, sadly Skylab went down that year then I went to Outer Limits since they had to cut our crew in half.

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Having worked at Sky Tours in 2005, that sign brings back a lot of memories. It still amazes me that people are willing to wait 45 minutes for that ride.

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Having worked at Sky Tours in 2005, that sign brings back a lot of memories. It still amazes me that people are willing to wait 45 minutes for that ride.

I worked Maintenance on Skytours during the 02 and 03 seasons than I put new graphics on the copters while working with Creative Environs spring of 06.
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