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Alton Towers Nemesis Reborn Track Arrives on Site

Alton Towers Nemesis Reborn track has arrived on site as the park takes a step closer with the arrival of the first new pieces of track.

Nemesis Reborn Track

The Staffordshire-based theme park are all systems go when it comes to getting this Nemesis rebrand and refurbishment underway as not only has the track arrived but some pieces have already been erected! 

Nemesis takes riders on a heart-pounding journey with a g-force of 3.5 and top speed of 50mph – welcomed fans on a final ride round its exhilarating twists and turns last November before temporarily ceasing operations to undergo an exciting revamp.

Part of the transformation will see the entire 250-tonne, 716-metre-long track replaced ahead of thrillseekers being welcomed back in 2024.

Fans can walk across the brand-new observation platform to view construction but it’s somewhat obscured by the monorail track running through that space at the moment. Once the ride starts to go vertical the platform will be much more worthwhile to visit.

The legendary rollercoaster is set to return in 2024 but with how quickly the track is going into place I can imagine we’ll be seeing the complete layout finished in late summer. They’re absolutely flying through with it currently!

Nemesis Alton Towers

To match the incredibly hard work of the construction team the marketing team has certainly been busy creating unique teasers regarding the arrival of the track.

Blacked-out lorries and Phalanx security teams assisting in the track arriving to the park. The backstory painted of Nemesis undergoing tests due to abnormal behaviour but is now back sporting a new paint scheme and red veins across its track.

It is unclear if the entire track will consist of this red vein theming but I personally think it looks great. It does make me wonder what the trains and station are now going to look like considering they now clash heavily with the new colour of the track.

Nemesis closed on 6th November 2022 and guests got to see The Phalanx, the secret organisation tasked with keeping the Nemesis beast under control since its discovery in 1994, take control and close the ride. Since then, fans of the ride have been told how this organisation is carrying out investigations into the beast’s behaviour ahead of reopening in 2024.


Bianca Sammut, Divisional Director at Alton Towers Resort, said:

As Europe’s first ever inverted rollercoaster, Nemesis rightly holds legendary status among thrillseekers.

At Alton Towers Resort we’re committed to providing visitors with stand-out attractions that are unmatched by anyone else.

Reaching this latest milestone in the transformation of Nemesis is a proud moment for everyone involved in the project.

And for all thrillseekers out there it means the day we can take the wraps off our thrilliant revamp is edging ever closer.

Stay alert for more developments…

The Phalanx reports all is well amongst the Nemesis beast, encouraging those intrigued by the investigation to come and see for themselves at the new viewing platform – however, recently seen leaked footage implies all is not what it seems…

It’s clear that Alton Towers have a lot more surprises up their sleeves when it comes to Nemesis’ return and we look forward to seeing what they are as and when they’re released by the park.

To find out more, sign up here: Phalanx Public Announcement | Alton Towers Resort

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