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Whistlestop Park is a themed kid's area with various rides at several Six Flags amusement parks.
Before being named
Whistlestop Park, these themed areas were named Thomas Town from 2007 to 2010.
2006: On December 12, 2006,
released their plan for 2007. It detailed new corporate alliances with Six Flags Thomas the Tank Engine, The Wiggles, Evel Knievel and Tony Hawk, among several others.  2007:
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags New England opened Thomas Town at their parks.  2008:
Six Flags Magic Mountain and  Six Flags Over Georgia opened  Thomas Town at their parks. 2010:
Six Flags America opened  Thomas Town at their park. In late 2010, Six Flags began the process of removing licensed theming from attractions. They terminated licenses with Thomas the Tank Engine, The Wiggles, Tony Hawk, Evel Knievel, and Terminator. This resulted in all Thomas Town theming to be removed and rides to be renamed to suit the new Whistlestop Park theme.   Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags New England are the only parks that won't be transforming its Thomas Town to Whistlestop Park. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom themed area will be transformed to . Seaside Junction  Six Flags New England removed their Thomas Town.   2011: The
LA Times reported Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to unveil the re-branded Whistlestop Park kiddie area on March 19. All of the existing rides opened with new names and themes.   Six Flags New England released a statement on Facebook stating The Thomas Town section of the park will be home to future expansion at Six Flags New England.  2012:
Six Flags Over Georgia removed Whistlestop Train before the 2012 season but still operating Whistlestop Park's other attractions.  2013:
Six Flags New England announced before the 2013 season that the park will be opening up Whistlestop Park after closing Thomas Town in late 2010. SFNE also unexpectedly added Flying Aces to the area replacing Harold the Helicopter and Bertie the Bus both of which did not reopen. 2015:
Six Flags Over Georgia removed its last ride in Whistlestop Park in the fall of 2015, Whistlestop Park Playground. The playground was removed to moved to the new kids area of the park, Bugs Bunny Boomtown with a new name, Looney Tunes Adventure Camp. Whistlestop Park has been closed off. 2016: Six Flags New England unannouncedly removed Flying Aces before the beginning of the 2016 season leaving the New England Express as the sole operating attraction.
Six Flags America April 16, 2011
Six Flags Over Georgia March 19, 2011
Six Flags Magic Mountain March 19, 2011 Six Flags New England April 13, 2013
Flying Aces (2014-2015)
Zamperla Convoy ride
Diesel Derby (2010)
Magic Flyer Roller Coaster
Clown Coaster (1971-1984) Wile E. Coyote Coaster (1985-1998) Goliath Jr. (2001-2007) Percy's Railway (2008-2010)
New England Express
Miniature train ride
(2007-2010) Thomas The Tank Engine (2011-2012)
Closed Sky Jumper
Cranky the Crane (2010)
Water play area
Thomas Town Pop Jet Fountain (2010)
Up, Up & Away
Around the World in 80 Days (1993-2009) Sodor Carnival Ferris Wheel (2010)
Whistlestop Bus Line
Bertie the Bus (2010)
Bertie the Bus (2007-2010)
Whistlestop Park Playground
Thomas Town Play Structure (2010)
Thomas Town Play Structure (2008-2010) Whistlestop Park Playground (2011-2015)
Miniature train ride
(2010) Thomas The Tank Engine
(2008-2010) Thomas The Tank Engine Whistlestop Train (2011-2013)
(2008-2010) Thomas The Tank Engine
Rotating helicopter ride
Harold the Helicopter (2010)
Harold the Helicopter (2007-2010)
Operating at park. No longer operating at park.
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