Kings Dominion Twisted Timbers Update #4 8-23-17

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Welcome to our fourth update on Kings Dominion’s Iron Horse conversion of their wooden coaster Hurler into Twisted Timbers, an epic hybrid coaster by Rocky Mountain Construction. Thanks to Jason D. for the photos.

Photo Credit: Jason D.

Ever since the August 16th announcement of Twisted Timbers, the park has been proudly promoting Twisted Timbers throughout the park.

Photo Credit: Jason D.

Here’s another banner showing off Twisted Timbers and WinterFest.

Photo Credit: Jason D.

Now going onto Twisted Timbers itself, the ride has been topped off at it’s maximum height of 111 feet.

Photo Credit: Jason D.

The wood structure and ledgers have been shaped and prepared for the awesome twisted barrel drop (pictured below).

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Photo Credit: Jason D.

Here’s another look at the ledgers installed for the crazy barrel drop. Twisted Timbers will simply be a great ride!

Photo Credit: Jason D.

The track for drop has now been installed. One note is that the station (pictured on the left) will be completely reimagined to look like a shed with rustic red siding (on the left in the picture below).

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Photo Credit: Jason D.

Here’s a look at how the lift hill and drop are looking like currently.

Here’s a POV of Twisted Timbers so you can see the thrills that lie ahead in 2018:

Thanks for reading this Twisted Timbers update and we’ll have another one for you soon!

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