Nemesis’ Roar angers local residents

/Nemesis’ Roar angers local residents

Nemesis’ Roar angers local residents

2014-01-20T12:53:01+00:00 April 17th, 2009|

Nemesis, probably Alton Towers’ most famous rollercoaster, is well known to have a “roar” as it goes around the track. This is one of the unique features of the ride and partly why it has such a well regarded reputation.

However, it appears that something has happened on the trains, presumably maintainence, which has suddenly caused the roar to become twice as loud. Such is the volume of the roar, that it can be heard from other areas of the park – including Mutiny Bay, which is nearer the park’s main entrance. In the queue for the ride, there is noticeably more noise as the train passes. Whilst clearly of concern for local residents, it adds even more ambience to the 1994 ride.

The BBC has reported that some “villagers said the sound could be heard from their homes” and that the District Council has received 20 complaints. Whilst hardcore rollercoaster enthusiasts may relish the noise, clearly such roars between the hours of 10:00 and 5:00 (or later) every day would start to aggravate even the most understanding of local residents after a while.

The park are monitoring the problem and are trying to rectify it as soon as possible. In the mean time, if you want to hear a rollercoaster roar like never before, head over to the theme park to ride on Nemesis as soon as you can!