A popular attraction in Marble, Manitoba, has a hole in its ride.
The hole is part of a new attraction called Marble Coasters, which has been opening to the public in recent years.
The new attraction is part-and-parcel of a larger project in the Manitoba province.
Marble Coast, a resort and entertainment complex in the community of Marble, is home to about 10,000 people.
Its theme park has been around for 30 years.
Merrill says the hole in the ride is a result of the construction of a second coaster building.
That coaster is the new Marble Coasts coaster.
Marge Brinkman, a local business owner, says it’s not uncommon for the rides at Marble to have a hole.
But there are only a few that have a gaping hole, which is part and parcel of the park.
“We have to deal with it, because the park is so popular and the holes are so big that people don’t want to come into the park,” she said.
“The bigger the hole is, the bigger the crowds and the more people that come in, so you have to make sure that you have enough space to accommodate everybody.”
The hole in Marble’s new coaster is part part of an ambitious project.
The first coaster was built in the 1950s and has since been the site of several other rides.
That ride opened in 1995.
In 2006, the park had an event at the site where the coaster is now.
The park has seen some changes.
It opened a second attraction at the park in 2012.
That new attraction, called Marble Coast, opened in 2016.
“This new coaster will be the first coaster that’s built by our team, and it will be a very different experience,” said Lisa Looi, the general manager of Marble Coasting.
The Marble CoAST project will cost $250 million.
It is the province’s first new ride in 50 years.