Really big park - however, they concreted over the coping and painted surfaces with slippery paint. The spine is really sketchy. The Council has release information that changes will now be made to the remedy these shortcomings.
This park is a formidable opponent of any skater. Seemingly harmless park features qucikly transform into slippery, treachorous instruments of turture. The concrete seems to have been polished down to a shiny glaze, resulting in frequent stacks and cess-slides-gone-wrong, it can be merciless if you land at the wrong angle. The spine is the villain of the park, accompanied by his diabolical side-kick, 8-stair, he unleashes unpredictable lumps and cracks upon almost all that challenge him. Despite the destructive nature of the park, there is immense enjoyment to be had for all. There are some obscure, unique line-oppurtunities present in the park. There is a docile, odd metal box which overs short-term joy, a small, injured conrete block at one lonely corner, and various beckoning hips lingering within this place. This is the sort of park you want to conquer, over-come all of its unforgiving hazards and roar a bloody war-cry of glorious victory!!!! Well, maybe not that far... But this park has an alluring, seductive air about it, no matter how many defenceless peices of clothing it has torn holes into Definitely worth a ride. Clich'e of the day: It's a fine line between pleasure and pain.
My feelings for this park so far:
I'm going to die.