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Tag Archives: attraction poster
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is really the attraction that started the modern era of themed entertainment at Disney’s theme parks. It’s pretty cool to see this retro look at the attractions original poster now available on a t-Shirt. Jim Michaelson, … Continue reading
The Disney Store has been slowly rolling out t-shirts based on attraction poster designs for the last few months. Sometimes it’s a classic design, and sometimes something new. This new set of shirts features one of the most classic Disney … Continue reading
Two new batches of Disney attraction poster based t-shirts have just been announced. The previous Space Mountain shirts, were very popular, so I’m glad to see they’ve decided to continue the series. Like Space Mountain shirts, these Poster Tee Series … Continue reading
Like many children, Space Mountain was my first big roller coaster. I remember how nervous I was as I wound my way through the queue at Disneyland. The show in the theater below helped distract me, as did the sneak … Continue reading