Hersheypark Skyrush Construction Update #42 (9/18/11)

It seems like things are starting to get back to normal at the construction site. The water level is a little lower compared to a few days ago.

The flood damaged the Nut Hut and now all that remains is a concrete spot for it.

With it missing, it somewhat gives the feeling that change is starting to occur in this area.

The old servey markers are growing.


The spraypaint fairy has gone a little crazy it seems. 😛

Tilt-A-Whirl has been packaged up and put into hibernation and crews are wasting no time tearing up the ride site.

The ride exit. They have the exit gate laid up against the construction wall (not shown).

Looks like they have focused a lot of their time on this site.

I spy the old blue and white tent that covered the control booth. They have also have started to dismantle the queue fence.

Expect this view to be much different in 249 more days.

By the way, Comet Hollow Restrooms are still open… for now.

That’s it for this update. Hope it was relaxing! 🙂

EDIT: I have been taking notice that the photos have been shown a little narrower than usual. In this update you should be able to just click on the photo to see the normal version. In the last few updates, I will need to re-uplload the photos. This will hopefully be done by tomorrow afternoon or evening. Sorry about that. 🙂

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Keystone Thrills started in the summer of 2009 when the fansite Hersheypark Crazy and a lesser-known site called ccron10 media joined together. The site first started out as a community forum group and has grown from there. Today, Keystone Thrills is dedicated to providing it's readers with the latest updates and news from parks such as Knoebels, Hersheypark, Dorney Park, and many more.

2 thoughts on “Hersheypark Skyrush Construction Update #42 (9/18/11)

  1. Pingback: Anonymous

  2. ^?
    Anyway, a little dissapointed by the updtae. I thought more would be done. I love how the ride exit is coming along. So when should we expect Vertical Construction to start?

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