During the closed season, Alton Towers Resort shuts their gates, over loads their social media pages with hotel offers for the next year and begins restorations on the park. What proceeds is the conclusive collection of all the pictures from this closed seasons restorations and improvements that have been made to the park.
A large part of this closed seasons restoration efforts have been focused on The Smiler and overall the X-Sector. With The Smiler’s incident in 2015 behind Alton Towers Resort now, they are focusing on restoring it back to the world class, record holding, 14 inversion roller coaster that it was when it first opened back in 2013.
The rest of the photo’s from the Towers Loving Care Twitter are embedded below. As you can see, most of the restorations are small but all come together to make the park look even better than at the end of last year’s season!
The Waterpark is back open today after its refurbishment. Check out these pics of the new beach flooring & fairy lights! pic.twitter.com/kwuYZOUibz
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 20 January 2017
Work in progress this morning.. turns out the roof tiles are orange on this building! pic.twitter.com/dsX7zsd2DL
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 19 January 2017
Replacing bridges and staircases, lots of painting and refurbished rock works during the Waterparks annual maintenance.. we have been busy! pic.twitter.com/I3g3qsAnyS
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 14 January 2017
We’re very busy in CBeebies Land giving the whole place TLC before our new friends arrive! With lots of painting and refurbs throughout! pic.twitter.com/MOqYUQUz62
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 13 January 2017
Toilet TLC? More like the start of a complete toilet refurb! pic.twitter.com/mVgYXOqGrU
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 12 January 2017
Today has been all about deep cleans of the rooftops on Towers Street pic.twitter.com/RitvNfhSG1
— Towers Loving Care (@AltonTLC) 10 January 2017