An illustration of the observation wheel planned for National Harbor outside Washington, D.C., shows a structure that towers 175 feet and is 165 feet in diameter. Built by Chance Rides in Wichita, the wheel is expected to be installed this spring and be operational by May.
An illustration of the observation wheel planned for National Harbor outside Washington, D.C., shows a structure that towers 175 feet and is 165 feet in diameter. Built by Chance Rides in Wichita, the wheel is expected to be installed this spring and be operational by May. Illustration courtesy of National Harbor
An illustration of the observation wheel planned for National Harbor outside Washington, D.C., shows a structure that towers 175 feet and is 165 feet in diameter. Built by Chance Rides in Wichita, the wheel is expected to be installed this spring and be operational by May. Illustration courtesy of National Harbor

Chance Rides of Wichita building 175-foot-tall observation wheel for resort outside D.C.

January 16, 2014 5:51 PM

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