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A wider shot of Nemesis and the Forbidden Valley from Air.
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The picnic area in Forbidden Valley has been fenced off, although no work has started yet.
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In Forbidden Valley, work has now begun on the site of the old picnic area.
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The inversion dominates the skyline in Forbidden Valley
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The lower chassis of Dino Dancer is now located in the picnic area of Forbidden Valley.
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August 2001In Forbidden Valley, this poster invites you to book your tickets for next year, with a special reduced rate. A different style of advertisement is used here.
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The theming of Forbidden Valley creates the whole atmosphere of this part of the park, and the new coaster will have to try and fit in with this unique theme.
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View of the Towers from across the gardens in the mid to late 1800's, about where the Forbidden Valley Sky-Ride station now stands.
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You can see quite a bit of the Forbidden Valley from here.
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Dynamo in its final home, the Forbidden Valley.
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An amazing view of the Forbidden Valley, taken from the top of the rear spire of Thunder Looper.
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Taken at the beginning of 1996, this shot shows Nemesis, now almost two years old, dominating the landscape in Forbidden Valley. Also shown is Thunder Looper, with 1996 being its final year in the park. Look closely, and you'll see that Thunder Looper was actually in action when this picture was taken.
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Another look at the discarded steelwork. It is being stored behind Toyland Tours, along with the Lava Lump that is due to be relocated to the Forbidden Valley for 2005.
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We'll now have two Intamins side-by-side, similar to the Forbidden Valley which has two B&Ms.
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This is the view that greeted you when entering the Forbidden Valley (called Thunder Valley back then) in 1993.
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November 15th 2003The empty Forbidden Valley.
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February 14th 2004Frog Hopper and Ug Bugs have been temporarily moved to the Forbidden Valley for the Winter Weekend.
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The Forbidden Valley.
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November 19th 2005On a frosty November morning, we look at a rather icy piece of Forbidden Valley theming.
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November 26th 2005The lake next to the Forbidden Valley Sky Ride station is also frozen solid in the icy temperatures.
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January 28th 2006Entering the deserted Forbidden Valley.
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November 19th 2006Looking into the empty Forbidden Valley.
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November 19th 2006A Monorail train, situated next to the Forbidden Valley/Gloomy Wood path. This is also next to where the main Monorail depot is.
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January 1st 2007New Year's day 2007, and another look at the empty Forbidden Valley.
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January 1st 2007Looking down one side of the Forbidden Valley, towards Nemesis and Air.
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January 1st 2007Looking to the right of the previous photo, we can see the Gothic Prospect Tower across the valley. If you look closely you can also see the Forbidden Valley Sky Ride station nearby.
 
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