At Thorpe Park, Calgary Stampede has recently closed for the season and is being deconstructed in preparation for the installation of Samurai from Chessington. Signs have gone up on the entry bridge advertising the relocated ride, which remains nameless for now.
Notice the fairground style control box that was disguised underneath the Canada Creek theming. It is believed that Calgary Stampede has been sold to a showman who will tour the ride on the travelling fair circuit, which is great for those who still enjoy it.
The Hungry Pirate food and beverage unit located in Amity Cove has reopened as Fish & Chips, which serves all of the classics that one would expect.
With the second Fright Nites approaching, the impressive entrance for the Freezer is back in place, ready for the event.