will miss the old version of this ride. I liked it not only because it was a
good ghost train, but also because it used what is a relatively unique
approach. It was one of the best ghost trains in the UK, luckily it still
succeeds now because it provides constant visual stimulation. There's a
great selection of gimmicks on route. The models, although not of a superb
quality are still good, and are of more than adequate quality for the short
time you see them. The only slight problem is the visual stimulation
emphasises the dull point about halfway through when you pop outside
briefly. There's a high fence here, meaning you don't get to see much. This
part would work better with a lower fence, to improve your view, and so
people walking past could see the riders.
This small problem aside though,
this is a great example of a traditional ghost train, and deserves to be on
your must do list when visiting the park.