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wow they haven't even poured footers for the back half of the ride yet. I was wondering why they were shying away from sharing aerial photos.
 
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Does anybody speak survey? These red markers are in line with the Ferris Wheel. There are also yellow and orange dashes running the length of this "parking lot". All of them appear to be out of line with our curreunderstanding of the coasters path.
 

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Does anybody speak survey? These red markers are in line with the Ferris Wheel. There are also yellow and orange dashes running the length of this "parking lot". All of them appear to be out of line with our curreunderstanding of the coasters path.
Red is usually buried electric. I'd say that the 3 arrows mean either a main feed, or 3 phase power
 

b.mac

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Red is for electrical, the orange is just specific elevation information for whatever they may be doing in that spot.

Might relate to what this tweet was teasing:
 
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There is now some vertical activity behind the building. Can only see it from the top of the ferris wheel, and not enough so to make a decent picture. However, if I am looking at that correctly, that U turn behind the building is a whole lot tighter than it looks like on the POV animation.
I was wrong. Based on a now better view, it appears we're looking at the end of the turn on the return side not the outgoing side.
 
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