Roller coaster moved by Hurricane Sandy might remain out at sea11/24/2012
After Hurricane Sandy devastated the Seaside Heights boardwalk in New Jersey, photos of its roller coaster swept out to sea became an iconic image of the disaster. But even today’s haunting symbol of desolation can become tomorrow’s tourist attraction, according to Mayor Bill Ackers. Ackers is working with the Coast Guard to see if the roller coaster is stable enough to stay in its current position. Wow. We imagine engagement photos, music videos, and more benefitting from the surreal landscape, which could continue to draw tourists to Seaside Heights until its boardwalk is rebuilt (hopefully by Memorial Day). [Source]
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