A Park in Miniature
Some of the concept
models produced over the years for rides and attractions around
John Broome, the
owner of the park during the 80s, had big plans both for the park
itself as well as for other sites, such as Battersea Powerstation.
Developing the Magic : The Secret Weapons
As Thirteen opens,
we look back at the history of the Secret Weapon coaster projects.
Take a look at the ancestry of the Earls
of Shrewsbury, a line who's history is intertwined with the Towers.
End of the Line
A look at the life
and times of the Park Railway, from its inauguration in the 50s
through to it's closure and eventual removal at the turn of the
Nickelodeon: Outta Control
6 years after the
closure of Nick: Outta Control, we take a look at what remains of
The story of Hex is based on a local
legend. The tree at the base of the legend still stands today, here
we have a look at the real chained oak.
look back over the 2002 season, which saw the opening of Air, Dynamo
and New Adventureland.
A look at the 2003 season, when Duel,
Ribena Berry Bish Bash and the Tweenies came to the Towers
Review of the Year 2004
Looking at the
highs and lows of the 2004 season, including, Spinball Whizzer,
The Flume: Unplugged and the new ice show
While Air was being built, TowersTimes ran a site called sw5live
to follow the construction. Here you can see it in all it's glory.
Where the Merchandise
A virtual gift shop at TowersTimes, with a
range of souvenirs which were once available in the park.
Year by Year
The development of the park year by year
looking at what was added and removed when.
Between 2007 and early 2009 guests were
able to buy a souvenir DVD of their day, starring none other then