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Park News - (1/21/18) In an interesting bit of news, I'm told that a bit of Six Flags history will return to life at Frontier City in 2018. According to our source the old Schwarzkopf shuttle looper train once used on Greezed Lightnin' at Six Flags Astroworld is being restored and will be put into active service on Frontier City's Silver Bullet coaster.
To give you a bit of history on this, Greezed Lightnin' was retired along with the rest of Astroworld at the end of the 2005 season, however the coaster was soon sold to Joyland in Lubbock, TX who had hoped to rebuild it, but it was not to be. In 2012 Joyland made a deal to trade Greezed Lightnin' to Cliff's in New Mexico in exchange for a water attraction, but Cliff's was never able to do anything with Greezed Lightnin' either. Interesting to see the train return to active service once again after all these years, allowing a little bit of the spirit of Greezed Lightnin' to live on.
(10/25/17) Frontier City announced last week that the park would be open to celebrate the Christmas holiday season starting in Winter 2018 with the introduction of “A Frontier Christmas”. Be sure to read up on the latest details on the official website.
2018 - Nothing is known at this time...