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P9 NOVEMBER 6-7 Front Gate Setting the agenda for the month ahead 8 Park Hoppin’ Paul Ruben is the Rockit man 9 Park Law Evacuating amusement rides


8-22 Park News Your monthly round-up


26-27 Euro Attractions Show Show Review


29-30 WWA Symposium Show Review


32 Q-lines New IAAPA chairman Bob Rippy


35 Ferrari World Abu Dhabi Park preview


36-37 Expo 2010 Event profile


38-40 Lynton V Harris Sudden Impact! Entertainment


43-44 Adventureland Park profile


47-48 Loudoun Castle Park tribute


48 Ride Guide Products and services for parks and attractions


54 Show Guide


Exhibitions and networking for amusement professionals


58 Web Guide Online resources for the amusement industry


THIS MONTH’S COVER SHOT: S&S Worldwide has launched a new range of kiddie rides called the Critter Collection. Three of these attractions, including a new version of the Frog Hopper, will be exhibited this month at IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando. For more details and a full update on other S&S activities turn to page 24. www.engineeringexcitement.com





My family has always run theme parks, but you can’t do something just because you like it if you don’t have the resources. My head had to rule above my heart


Henk Bembom reflects on the closure of Loudoun Castle in Scotland, P47


P48 ” P35 “


There has never been an expo of this scale. From attendance, to size to sheer participation, Shanghai has set an incredibly high bar for future expos


Greg Lombardo, BRC Imagination Arts, discusses Expo 2010, P37


P26 ”


NOVEMBER 2010


Kids allowed! S&S refreshes kiddie rides


Lynton V Harris +more!


Ferrari World on V Harris


Expo 20 ari W


Expo 2010


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