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Issue 14: Coaster Kingdom catches up with Colin Bryan

Despite not being up there with the big boys (debatable to whether that's a good or bad thing), Drayton Manor remains a friendly attraction - a family park, by a family. It often lacks the sophistication of fellow privately owned establishments such as Europa Park and Pleasure Beach Blackpool, but remains always an exciting and unique park to follow.

Drayton Manor, it seems, is here to stay. Literally.


Interesting interview. Also enjoyed reading the last interview you did last year.

I hope that DMP get a new coaster for next year and I must say Colin Bryan's approach to enthusiasts and sites like this is fantastic. He certainly seems the right man for the job as although rides like G Force are not superb they certainly show a bit of originality.


Author: Mike on Tuesday, January 03, 2006

And I forgot to say I love the picture of the month you have used of the superbowl. The photos on this site are great :)

Author: Mike again on Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Good on Colin Bryan for being so open about Drayton Manors plans. The ideas look good although I am surprised that it is taking so long for everything to be built. I wouldn't say that Drayton Manor is a 2 day park yet but things like the water park, spa etc etc will certainly help.

Author: Martin Kelly on Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Very interesting indeed.

I agree with the above... Whilst G-Force certainly didn't set my world alight, I would prefer parks to install such new and different rides over yet *another* B&M inverter or Pinfari looper.

Author: LEWIS on Tuesday, January 17, 2006


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