Finally. Can’t wait to check out your version. There were so many incomplete versions on the workshop, as well as versions with an off layout. A few rides I would like to bring back virtually would be Pirate Ride and Paddlewheel Excursions, well there is a new boat ride coming this year sort of where Paddlewheel was. My home park is Dorney Park and Cedar Fair bought it in 1992. They turned it into a mini Cedar Point with new additions like Coasters Drive In, a Snake River Falls clone called White Water Landing, Steel Force, which is like Magnum, and they got Demon Drop from Cedar Point and rebuilt it. That caused a loss of the surviving bumper car ride, they used to have two, so for several years they were without bumper cars. But, a few years ago they got a new version called Dodgem.
This carousel cover looks more like the Midway Carousel one at Cedar Point. I deleted yours and put this one in it's place and made a few modifications to the entrance and exits. I moved the exit because a post was in the way. I couldn't though delete the stub of the old exit path because it would delete an entire area of path that would be hard to rebuild the way it was. So I just left it there. One thing that bugs me about the larger carousel, it spins the "wrong" way because it's based on a UK carousel. US carousels spin counter clockwise. The Venetian in the game does, but it's kind of small. I like how the entire park fits in the map and the layout looks mostly correct.
https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/authentic-piece-pirate-ride-mural-252818501 I can’t believe they just trashed the ride in 1997 except for some pirates and other things some of which made their way into this guy’s collection. I rode it about 20 times during my only visit to Cedar Point in 1995. There is a boat car from the ride on display in the cp museum. That mural image I can use in Planet Coaster on a billboard. I’ll just cut it out from the picture. There is a small piece missing because it was removed from the mural. My local park, Dorney Park was bought by Cedar Fair in 1992 and they had a ride similar to Pirate Ride called Devil’s Cave, then Pirate’s Cove from 1962-1974, and Bucket O’ Blood until Sept. 28, 1983. It burned down and only a few ride cars survived and are owned by a guy in York, PA who also owns cars from other defunct rides and is trying to build a dark ride. I think some of the Pirate Ride building is now used for the Boo Hill funhouse in the fall.