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    I don't think there are. I had to look this up because I'd never heard of Schiff, but this thread has a lot of pictures and they look quite different, plus I don't think there were any extant at the time of the game's release.

    Given that Sawyer was British, I suspect that the wooden wild mouse is based on the Blackpool version (which RCDB says was built in house), and the wooden mine ride is based on the one that was at Southport Pleasureland (RCDB doesn't list a manufacturer). It's also possible that it was based on the Hopkins version which seems to have been the most common worldwide at the time, but honestly they all look so similar that it's also entirely possible that Sawyer didn't have a specific model in mind.

    There were no Schiff models still extant at the time of the game's release, as far as I can tell, though there was this one that only closed in 1997.

    However, given that the trains do all look very similar and this is a pretty obscure ride type, it's probably sufficient to just use the default trains if you want to build one of these.

     

     

    Fair enough. I looked at the track design with the four rails and assumed they were the same design as the blackpool and gold coast rides. I stand corrected.

     

    I may make a schiff wild mouse car at some point, but it's currently not an interest of mine.

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    I may make a schiff wild mouse car at some point, but it's currently not an interest of mine.

     

    Not surprised, this is really obscure. I found out that that one that lasted to 1997 isn't technically a Schiff coaster, it was built by another company to the same design after the original company shut down. And that was the last survivor by a long way, all the other examples seem to have closed in the 70s.

    So this is a ride type most players won't have heard of, and without the track type, it would look extremely similar to the existing wooden wild mouse. It seems they were popular in their day though, there were a lot of examples built.


     

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    I was obsessed with Schiff Wild Mouse coasters but I never rode those because I was born 2 years after last operated Schiff/Butlin's Wild Mouse at Brean Theme Park closed.

     

    Here's a fun fact, Did you know that this Wild Mouse that used to operate at Littlehampton's Harbour Park (at the time when park was called Smarts Amusement Park) before sold to David Pickstone who first rode this ride when he was a child as his first roller coaster ride, and then moved to Brean Theme Park (at the time when park was called Brean Leisure Park) in 1986?

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    Can you do Old 6 seater wooden coaster cars looked like this: https://i.pinimg.com...b22a398d442.jpg

  • spacek531%s's Photo

    I have added a poll for the design of the official RMC Raptor train. Please vote on your favorite in the thread's poll.

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    I want Schiff Wild Mouse ctr for CTR Xmas 2020.

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    Christmas is here! You can download now from the original post.

     

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  • zackrctgame1999%s's Photo

    There's no Schiff mouse in CTR Christmas 2020. Disappointed. :(

  • spacek531%s's Photo

    Since the official Raptor track has been released, its time to release the trains to go with it officially!

     

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    Check the original post for the download link, and please read the included README file for installing.

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