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It was 35 years ago today that Big Thunder Mountain Railroad brought new adventure to the wild Frontierland of Disneyland. Since then the roller coaster has hosted over 225 million guests on the wildest ride in the wilderness. The beautiful … Continue reading
It’s been a long time Disneyland fans, but your patience is about to pay off. A much needed, very thorough, refurbishment to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is almost over. The well-known wildest ride in the wilderness reopens March 17 with … Continue reading
The Magic Kingdom’s popular western themed roller coaster reopened today after a months long rehabilitation process. The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad had extensive work done to its track, show scenes, primary queue, and lighting. Where the queue was a tightly … Continue reading
The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster attraction at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is one of the true modern classics. It bridges the best whimsy and detail of classic Imagineering with the talents and technology of the modern era. … Continue reading