Herald business editor Don Worthington, right, and Carowinds general manager Mike Fehnel, start one of the final rides on Thunder Road on Sunday.
Herald business editor Don Worthington, right, and Carowinds general manager Mike Fehnel, start one of the final rides on Thunder Road on Sunday. Special to The Herald Josh Bosh
Herald business editor Don Worthington, right, and Carowinds general manager Mike Fehnel, start one of the final rides on Thunder Road on Sunday. Special to The Herald Josh Bosh

Thunder Road reaches its end; Carowinds closes classic wooden roller coaster

July 26, 2015 10:15 PM

UPDATED July 27, 2015 09:52 AM

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