As photographed in 2003.
A view from the Dome across the Park in 2003:
In the early 2000s, the Tussauds "South Parks" (Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures) produced co-branded advertising brochures that were distributed to local businesses, hotels, and public libraries. Here you can see scans of the Thorpe Park section of the pamphlet - note the tiered peak / standard / off peak pricing structure, where an Adult one-day entry ticket on an off peak day cost just £19.00!
A year of many changes for the Park; this was to be the last year of Teacup Twisters before the "Storm in a Teacup" retheme:
Nemesis Inferno was the Park's second major 'coaster installation, coming only a year after Colossus in 2002. It was marketed as "the world's most intense coaster experience" and shared its name with Nemesis at Alton Towers - a ride to this day considered one of the world's best.
The ride was to occupy the space previously occupied by Mr. Rabbit's Tropical Travels, Dino Boats and Wicked Witches Haunt. The track for Miss Hippo's Fungle Safari was also shortened as part of the installation:
Track layout for the ride, profiles of the volcano structure and a couple of artist's impression images:
And finally, marketing imagery for the 'coaster, and a complaint letter filed with the planning application by a disgruntled local...!
The plans show that these two rides replaced the former Jungle Zone Family Golf, which operated from 1994 - 2000.
Following poor guest feedback, Fabbri-built ferris wheel Eclipse only lasted for one season before being sent to sister Park Chessington World of Adventures in 2004, in exchange for their Mondial Topscan, Samurai.
In its new home at Chessington:
2003 was Calgary Stampede's last season before making way for Samurai in 2004. A "Tristar" ride by manufacturer Fairmatt, it was opened in 1993 and was one of the Park's first thrill rides: