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Crazanity Construction Update #2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain

By on 02/15/2018

It’s been a few months since my last update on the Crazanity construction at Six Flags Magic Mountain. The park was gracious enough to have us out for a construction tour. Even though there still isn’t much to see yet, it was nice of them to let us behind the construction wall for a look around. These pictures were taken on February 9, 2018.

You don’t have to go behind the construction wall to see the all of the upcoming changes. The various Center Ring Games (soon to be Boardwalk) buildings are already getting their new colors, and they are very vibrant:

The biggest change so far has been the removal of the old Metro monorail station. It sat right were Crazanity will be located:

It looks funny now, but the Shoot the Hoops game was saved and will be refreshed to match the new theme of the area. Believe it or not, they do make money on those games:

There should be an incredible view of the Sky Tower while riding Crazanity:

All of the demolition has really exposed a lot of the Superman track as well:

Its amazing how much space is actually here after all of the demolition:

In addition to Crazanity, the park is also getting a brand new bumper car ride. It sounds like they are going to salvage the shell of the building, but everything else is being scrapped. They have already removed all the decking that wrapped around the outside of the building. It’s funny to see old concrete steps that were hidden under the deck for so many years:

The entire inside of the building will be scrapped as well to make way for the new ride:

With the shade cover removed, the existing queue switchbacks looked way bigger than I was thinking they were. It’ll be interesting to see if they expand, contract, or keep these the way they are for the new queue:

Doesn’t that look way bigger than it seemed?

Of course, the entire exterior of the building will get a fresh makeover:

Even though it hasn’t been that long since the Scrambler was rebuilt, it’s getting a facelift as well. There’s good news for anyone who has ever ridden this in the heat of summer – the park will finally be installing shade covers over the entire ride:

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  1. Eric

    04/30/2018 at 10:58 pm

    Interesting thing I noticed when I was at SFMM last month…there was still a stretch of Metro track in place. I would have sworn it was all gone, but apparently not. Maybe they’ll finally take it out.

    • The Coaster Guy

      05/01/2018 at 6:29 am

      There’s still a stretch left behind Johnny Rockets, around the corner under the Superman track, and then behind the Buccaneer/Swashbuckler. It’s expensive to remove it, so they’ve only been pulling out sections on an as needed basis.

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