The operation of the wheel differed from that of the London Eye: visitors were allowed several rotations, and the wheel stopped to load and unload passengers.It had 42 passenger gondolas, including a VIP gondola with glass floor, screen, radio, and leather interior. Norwich Union, which has its headquarters in York, were the sponsors of the wheel, but that ended in late July 2007, after which the White Rose of York was added to the wheel's centre.Perhaps you’ve heard a second hand horror story from a friend, or read about a disastrous online introduction in a newspaper.Perhaps you’re concerned about the stigma of online dating.The first installation, at the National Railway Museum, operated from 12 April 2006 until 2 November 2008.The second installation, at The Royal York Hotel, operated from 13 December 2011 until 30 September 2013.Like the rest of the National Railway Museum, it was licensed as a venue for weddings, and weddings did indeed take place there. On the wheel's first anniversary, it was reported to have completed 32,500 revolutions.
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